..sxam>> У израильтян если и есть особые права, то в отрицательном плане. Каждый чих в Израиле выносится в обсуждение в Совете Безопастности. ..ADP> Отнюдь. У вас арестовывали аввуары страны в банках, на вас накладывали серьёзные санкции, вас за ядерную программу так терроризировали, как Иран? А потарахтеть в ООН и осудить --- это слова одни, если бы они подкреплялись бомбардировками (сейчас невозможно), или морской и воздушной блокадой (а это технически вполне возможно). До реальных санкций не доходит, а словесно-фиктивные --- просто выпускают пар.
Остальное лирика но тут дам примеры.
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"The United States subsequently joined the Soviet Union (ironically, just after the Soviets invaded Hungary) in a campaign to force Israel to withdraw. This included a threat to discontinue all U.S. assistance, UN sanctions and expulsion from the UN (see exchanges between Ben-Gurion and Eisenhower)."
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"Consequently, on December 5, 1947, the U.S. imposed an arms embargo on the region.
Many in the State Department saw the embargo as yet another means of obstructing partition. President Truman nevertheless went along with it hoping it would be a means of averting bloodshed. This was naive given Britain's rejection of Lovett's request to suspend weapons shipments to the Arabs and subsequent agreements to provide additional arms to Iraq and Transjordan.15
The Arabs had no difficulty obtaining all the arms they needed. In fact, Jordan's Arab Legion was armed and trained by the British, and led by a British officer. At the end of 1948 and beginning of 1949, British RAF planes flew with Egyptian squadrons over the Israel-Egypt border. On January 7, 1949, Israeli planes shot down four of the British aircraft.16"
"In 1967, during and after the Six Day War, France reversed its policy toward Israel radically. Before, France had been a supporter of the Jewish state; after the war it increasingly opposed Israel on crucial matters. It is difficult to understand why General De Gaulle imposed a weapons embargo on Israel in June 1967 .."
"Since the American government had not been consulted in advance about the Osirak attack, the Reagan administration publicly denounced the raid as militarily reckless and temporarily held up a final batch of 22 F-16A/B's to Israel."