What happens when you include Syria and Iran in a Security Council meeting on fighting terrorism? Not a whole helluvalot. Though you may discover obscure historical facts about which you were unaware.
Even if you were a scholar of history.
Syria responded that Israel was the one precipitating a third world war, saying that "If we examine the matter, we will find that Israel was behind the eruption of both World War I and World II."
Um, need I point out that Israel didn't exist until 1948? Or that if Germany had it's way, there would be no Jews with which to form a state called Israel?
Didn't think so.
Israel's UN Ambassador Dan Gillerman ultimately expressed his
"appreciation, which I hope is shared by members of the Security Council, for the opportunity afforded to all of us to hear lectures about terrorism by two of the world's greatest experts on that subject."
Well, on such panels, you do need experts....