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Friday, January 09, 2009

Israel's security cabinet re-discovers part of its anatomy

Today, Israel's security cabinet re-discovered a certain part of its anatomy that was seen briefly during Operation Defensive Shield in 2002, but otherwise has been lost on the outskirts of Beirut since the summer of 1982. You know what I mean.
"Israel has never agreed to an outside actor determining its right to defend its citizens," Olmert said in a statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office following the Security Cabinet discussion on the UNSC resolution.

"The IDF will continue to work to defend Israeli citizens and will carry out all the objectives it was given in the operation."

Olmert said that the rocket fire from Gaza Friday morning "only proves that the UN resolution is not practical and will not be honored by the murderous Palestinian organizations."


Livni also released a statement on Friday morning regarding the resolution in which she stressed Israel's independence in defining its goals.

"Israel's past, present and future actions are based solely on its considerations, the security of Israel's residents and its right to self-defense," she said.
Isn't it amazing what the smell of elections does for a politician's character?

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At 6:36 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

There's always the fact the West forgot Israel's interests and cut it out of the talks on the resolution. If it thought Israel was going to be like the Czechs and sign whatever it presented, it turned out to be sadly mistaken. Israel is a sovereign country and Israel doesn't give up its sovereignty just because she is a Jewish State. Under ideal circumstances, that what the country would always do. And what has the UN done for Israel lately?

At 3:08 AM, Blogger Findalis said...

It seems someone has grown a set. Have a safe Sabbath.


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