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Thursday, May 10, 2012

Did UN Secretary-General Ban Speak Out So Firmly For Gilad Schalit?

I don't remember United Nation's Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon showing much concern over kidnapped IDF soldier Gilad Schalit during the years he was held incommunicado in an Arab terrorist prison.  Schalit was just an ordinary soldier in the wrong place at the wrong time.  The Arab terrorists captured him and didn't allow him any International Red Cross visits, communications with his family or any of the many benefits Israel (foolishly) grants convicted terrorists, even those convicted of murder.

And what protests did the United Nations do for Schalit against the Arab terrorists?

Nu?  Can you list them?  I can't.

But United Nation's Secretary-General Ban  is quick to the draw to support the Arab terrorists in Israeli jails.
9 May 2012 – Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today stressed the importance of averting any further deterioration in the condition of Palestinian prisoners in Israeli custody who are on hunger strike, and urged everyone concerned to reach a solution to their plight without delay.
“The Secretary-General continues to follow with concern the ongoing hunger strike by Palestinian prisoners in Israeli custody, in particular those held in what is known as administrative detention,” according to information provided by his spokesperson.
“He stresses the importance of averting any further deterioration in their condition,” the spokesperson added. “He reiterates that those detained must be charged and face trial with judicial guarantees, or released without delay.”
More than 1,000 Palestinian prisoners began an open-ended hunger strike two weeks ago, on 17 April – Palestinian Prisoners Day – to protest against unjust arrest procedures, arbitrary detention and bad prison conditions, according to the UN human rights office (OHCHR).

My reaction is to ban the United Nations!

8 comments:

Shy Guy said...

We should have left ages ago and told them to shut everything down and get out of Israel.

Batya said...

I agree. They are persona non grata as far as I'm concerned.

Leah said...

At The End of Days the world of lies will persist..The truth will be upside down on the bottom and the lies will be on the top.....
It appears that this particular leader? has a particular body part anthropologically wedged up into a particularly dark area where no sunlight, oxygen or nourishment of any kind has prevented his already limited thinking capabilities to proceed at a less than minimal level of function.... sigh.......

Shy Guy said...

Ban Ban!

Alex said...

Its not a coincidence that a group called the "United Nations", i.e. the Nations all united together, would be against us. Our mere presence, let alone our presence in our land, is very troubling to the nations and long has been. Just throwing that out there.

NormanF said...

No country is in more need of the death penalty than Israel.

The Arabs are giving Israel a gift. Why keep them alive?

Give them their wish - and no more Jews have to face being murdered.

After all Israel has no reason to want to want to house and feed them for the next half-century. Israel's hard-pressed taxpayers, long abused by their own government, can see their money is better spent on other things.

Moriah said...

Everything they do is agitprop.When is Israel going to stop paying attention to the brat threatening to hold his breath and just let a couple die till they get the message? They're doing this because it proved useful in freeing their prisoners and furthering their propaganda. No-body has it more cush than these fakers...

Batya said...

yes, thanks
The UN is united against us.