Thursday, September 20, 2007

Nonstop Israel Bashing at Sham UN Gathering

Here's a novel idea. Why don't these 57 countries representing an alleged 1.3 billion Muslims pony up some dough and help out the pathetic Palestinians?

I know, they don't really gives a fat rat's ass about the Palis. It just gives these anti-Semitic creeps an excuse to bash Israel.

Arabs slam Israel at U.N. rights forum over Gaza
GENEVA (Reuters) - Arab and Islamic countries on Thursday condemned Israel for declaring the Gaza Strip an "enemy entity", and accused Israeli forces of killing Palestinian civilians, detaining parliamentarians, and destroying property.

In speeches to the United Nations Human Rights Council, delegates from the Middle East and the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) said the humanitarian situation in the occupied territories had deteriorated and would worsen further if Israel cut fuel and electricity to Gaza's 1.5 million people.

Israel's Ambassador Itzhak Levanon denounced the 47-member state forum for "bashing" the Jewish state, while the U.S. delegation called for a "balanced and forward-looking approach".

As far as I'm concerned, they should permanently cut them off. Why is Israel obligated to provide anything to these monsters who want to kill them?
Mohammad Abu-Koash, Palestinian representative to the U.N. in Geneva, told the talks: "Israel's recent declaration that Gaza Strip is hostile territory contravenes the Oslo (peace) agreements and mutual agreements in which I was involved."

Israeli raids had caused death and injuries among civilians, and destruction of homes, farms and infrastructure, he said.

"Kidnapping of civilians and officials go on unabated and by now there are 11,000 Palestinians in Israeli detention centers, including parliamentarians," the Palestinian envoy said.
Oh yes, the vaunted Oslo agreements, which the Palis violtaed from day one.
The OIC, a 57-nation alliance representing 1.3 billion Muslims, urged Israel to reverse its decision to interrupt basic services in Gaza, saying that would violate international law.

Western powers including Switzerland and the European Union denounced both Israeli restrictions in the territories and extreme militants who fire cross-border rockets.

Switzerland said that cutting fuel and power supplies would amount to "collective punishment" of the civilian population.
Cry me a river.

Perfect case in point on how other Arab countries is this dispatch noting how gleeful Palestinians are heading to Brazil after being mired at a Jordanian refugee camp.
AMMAN, Jordan, September 20 (UNHCR) – Thirty-five elated Palestinians boarded a plane at Amman's international airport on Thursday and flew off to a new life in Brazil after years of hardship in an isolated desert camp in Jordan.

A departure ceremony earlier in the day from Ruweished Refugee Camp, located about 70 kilometres from Iraq, was marked with tears, smiles and dancing as the refugees bade farewell to other Palestinians who had also fled spiralling violence in Iraq four years ago and found refuge in the camp. They will be followed over the next few weeks by another 70 Palestinian refugees from Ruweished.

They will be settled in the southern state of Rio Grande do Sul state. The Palestinians will receive rented accommodation, furniture and material assistance. Employment profiles are being analysed to ensure job opportunities for all, while Portuguese classes will be given.
Why is it none of the above 57 countries could take these people in?

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