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Saturday, May 09, 2009

Israel to compensate UN for Gaza?

Shavua tov - a good week to everyone.

I've been sitting on this link for a few days; I just haven't gotten around to posting it.

The United Nations has demanded $11 million in compensation for damages to their buildings that were being used to shield 'Palestinian' terrorists during Operation Cast Lead - and according to President Shimon Peres Israel is considering paying up.
"It's under consideration," Peres told reporters after meeting U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. "About the compensation, the government has now appointed a group which studies how to handle it, and I think the results will come very soon."

A report by a U.N. inquiry board, a summary of which became public on Tuesday, put the cost of damage to U.N. property in Gaza during the conflict at over $11 million, almost all of it caused by Israeli forces.
Not with my tax shekels you don't!


At 10:04 PM, Blogger Hutzpan said...

The government should subtract this sum from whatever money they transfer to the "Palestinian" authority.

Or, better yet, tell UN to ask Obama to give them these $11 million from those $900 million he's going to pay to Hamas.

At 2:49 AM, Blogger LB said...

What Israel should do (but of course, will not) is agree to pay minus all the damage UN-protected terrorists have caused. When they pay up - Israel can return $11 million of that money.

When will we actually stand up for ourself? Argh.

At 5:42 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Shimon Peres is lucid on occasion. Most of the time he is devoid of self-respect and is mind-numbingly stupid. What does Israel need to compensate the Jew-hating UN for? For exercising its lawful right of self-defense which the UN has condemned? HELL NO! Israel should pay the UN when hell freezes over first!

At 11:44 AM, Blogger Ashan said...

The "Palestinians" should be pay Israel for all of the damage their rockets and mortars have inflicted on mostly civilian infrastructure over so many years: schools, homes, synagogues, factories, etc. I'm sure that when the cost of all of their damages are added up, it will come to far more than $11 million.

It's time to pack Peres in mothballs and put him in storage.


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