The infamous treatment against Israel in the UN, especially in the General Assembly, is indisputable. Five out of ten emergency sessions of the General Assembly throughout its history attacked Israel. In comparison, the Assembly did not hold not even one emergency meeting on the genocide in Rwanda or Sudan. The analysis of all the Declarations of the General Assembly (from January 1990 to June 2013) evidences that Israel is involved in 65% of all Resolutions that criticize a country, while no other country appears in more than 10%. A democratic state, the only one in the Middle East, is the target of most of the criticism. Sounds strange, right? Between January 1990 and June 2013, 1676 voted Resolutions were issued by the UN General Assembly. Of these resolutions, 744 did not refer to a particular country, 932 mentioned one country, 646 criticized a country and 272 praised a country; 480 resolutions involve Israel, directly or in relation to neighboring countries. Of the resolutions involving Israel, 422 or 88% criticize it, explicitly or implicitly. Countries that really destabilize world peace such as North Korea receive 38 criticisms, Palestine (29), Iran (22) and Sudan (10). During the period between 1990 and 2012, there were 5,400 casualties in combats related to Israel, meaning 13 deaths in combat for each resolution that criticizes Israel. In the same period, 65,507 people died in combat in Iraq, but Iraq only received 22 criticisms from the General Assembly (compared to 422 of Israel). In the period 2015-2016, during the 70th session of the General Assembly, 20 condemnations against Israel were adopted, and only 3 against the rest of the countries.