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December 13, 2005

The UN an expensive, anti-semitic joke

From Front Page Magazine...

When Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the president of Iran, stated on October 26 that “the regime occupying Jerusalem must be eliminated from the pages of history,” [secretary-general of the United Nations, Kofi] Annan replied by expressing “dismay.” Again on December 7, when Ahmadinejad called for Israel to be moved to Europe, Annan responded with “shock.”

But dismay and shock at Ahmadinejad’s statements did not prevent Annan from participating on November 29, just between the Iranian’s outbursts, in a UN-sponsored “International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People.” Anne Bayefsky of “Eye on the UN,” reports that Annan sat on the dais with an Arabic-language “Map of Palestine” nearby that showed a Palestine replacing Israel. It cartographically achieved exactly what Ahmadinejad called for: the elimination of the Jewish state.

Annan’s contradictory actions result from the fact that, since 1993, explicit calls for the destruction of Israel have become offensive, but implicit ones have become more acceptable. The latter include:

Fatah and Hamas together display this dichotomy. Both aspire to eliminate Israel, but they choose different paths to get there.

Why are we still in the UN? Why is the UN still in the US? I have an idea, move the UN to the West Bank and let them talk about "Palestinian victims" while they are systematically blown up by the very people they claim are victims.

Posted by Danny Carlton at December 13, 2005 06:42 AM

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