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Monday, May 30, 2011

Slimy Shimon undercuts Netanyahu

Israel's President Shimon Peres told Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations Asha-Rose Migiro that Israel has no objections to a UN resolution declaring a 'Palestinian state' so long as the resolution includes provisions allowing Israel to live in 'security.'
Israel does not object to the United Nations passing a resolution calling for the establishment of a Palestinian State, providing that such a resolution includes provisions for Israel's right to live in security, President Shimon Peres told Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations Asha-Rose Migiro on Sunday.

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In emphasizing the need for the UN resolution to include a guarantee for Israel's right to live in security, Peres clarified that security means stopping terror, as well as halting the smuggling of arms. If the resolution deals only with the security of Israel, he said, the Palestinians won't be satisfied, and if it relates only to a Palestinian State, the Israelis won't be satisfied. Therefore, he said, the resolution must contain the two components.
Who appointed the guy who couldn't be elected dog catcher as our spokesman?

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3 Comments:

At 3:36 AM, Blogger Sparky the Wonder Dog said...

Who appointed him? Must be the dogs.

 
At 3:54 AM, Blogger Will said...

Why do two great countries have such 'sneaky' presidents?

 
At 10:25 AM, Blogger denialator said...

Neither Pres. Peres or Netanyahu seem to have the correct position, although PM Netanyahu is very close, and deserves respect for the passionate delivery of reason and fact in his address to U.S. Congress of late.

What these two leaders should learn and be advised of is neither of them have the authority to divide this land or subject its people to any form of submission to a foreign influence or co-ownership. It is God's decision which was made by covenant long before any such people or illegitimate governments existed, e.g. Hamas, the PA, PLO, UN, UK or U.S.A.

IF this covenant is broken, all bets for Israel's security in the future are off.

 

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