Friday, June 30, 2017

At the UN's Pathetic "50 Years of Occupation" Forum, Terrorists are Welcome; Israelis, Not So Much

I had high hopes for the UN's latest Secretary General, ones he dashed by inviting the likes of Hamas and PFLP to his craptastic forum, and by uttering the following bollocks:
Nevertheless, United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres and his Deputy Secretary General Amina J. Mohammed legitimized the hatefest by their participation along with terrorist organization collaborators. 
The Secretary General’s message to the forum, delivered by his deputy, lamented “Israel’s occupation of the West Bank, East Jerusalem, Gaza and the Syrian Golan, and the displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians and Syrians.” He went on to declare that only the end of Israeli “occupation” would “lay the foundations for enduring peace that meets Israeli security needs and Palestinian aspirations for statehood and sovereignty.” He repeated the canard that “recurring cycles of violence and retribution” were “fueled “by “[F]ifty long years of occupation.”
The end of Israeli "occupation" would lay the foundations for the end of Israel—as its enemies, including the UN, well know. This latest UN farce won't signal Israel's death knell, but it is one more step in the road to the UN's demise (Judenhass, as we know, ultimately destroying its host).

Update: Occupation, shmockupation. This is what's really behind the Islamic (and by extension the UN's) rejection of Israel:
Many of today’s 50 Muslim countries deny the most fundamental rights to minorities, women, non-Muslims and LGBT communities. Yet the UN and other international bodies, countries and NGOs ignore all of these crimes, and continue to make apologies for people who are committing these grave offenses in the name of Islam. In contrast, Israel — a tiny country of 8.6 million people, where the 20% minority Muslim population has full civil and religious rights — is continuously condemned by the UN and other international organizations as a violent and racist state. 
To many Muslims — especially radical Islamists — Jewish sovereignty in any part of the Holy Land is a red line that cannot be crossed. The mere existence of a Jewish State in the Middle East is totally unacceptable to their Islamic doctrine. As a consequence, Jews in Israel have been subjected to violence, murder and destruction. And until that doctrine undergoes reformation, the “religion of peace” will view the Jewish state as an unacceptable intruder in the Middle East. 
This is the true heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Update: Hamas and PFLP Are ‘Not Terrorist Organizations,’ Top Palestinian Official Claims at UN Anti-Israel Forum 

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