The American State Department spokeswoman Jen Psaki condemned Israelis for unproven "price tag attacks" against olive trees, but can't be bothered to condemn the Arabs who attacked an Israeli bus in Jerusalem.
Psaki also hasn't "wasted any words" condemning the frequent attacks by Arabs on the Jerusalem lightrail which has left many Israelis without sufficient public transportation. It's obvious that the American Government doesn't consider Israeli lives as valuable and important as allegedly Arab olive trees.
United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon couldn't be bothered to condemn Arabs for the attacks here, while he wasn't shy about condemning Israel for bombing rocket-launching sites in Gaza during last summer's war. Even the pro-Gazan international media admitted that the Arab Gazan terrorists had set up their war machine in schools and hospitals. Even the United Nations schools there discovered bombs/rockets to be used against Israel.
|United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (L) hugs wheelchair-bound Palestinian Mohammed Abed al-Dayem at a UN-run school in the northern Gaza Strip October 14, 2014. |
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After visiting a U.N. school at which 15 people were killed, Ban said the "enormous destruction in Gaza is a source of pain to me personally and is a shame to the international community".
He also condemned militants' use of U.N. schools for hiding rockets, which Israel cited as the reason for attacking U.N. sites during the conflict.
"Over the summer, weapons were also found in empty schools. We informed the world. United Nations facilities must be inviolable," he said
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There is serious "tunnel vision" when it comes to how the world sees what's happening here in the Middle East. Attacks on Jews are ignored while anything that happens to the Arabs are blamed on us as if we're the cause of the violence.
I work with Arabs, and I know from conversations with them that they fear their fellow Arabs, but they don't fear us Jewish Israelis.
|"I then made sure that there were no pictures showing any staff, Jew or Arab on my camera."|