Israel is a vibrant democracy, with a free press, independent judiciary and an array of full rights for its citizens. Yet, of 193 countries in the United Nations today, Israel has been singled out as the most egregious offender of the organization’s mandate to preserve and enhance human freedom and tolerance. Furthermore, 38 percent of the U.N.’s Human Rights Council resolutions that are critical of specific countries, have been directed at Israel alone. Why the vitriol from this international organization? Anne Bayefsky, director of the Touro Institute of Human Rights, presents the facts in this edition of Prager University.