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Wednesday, August 05, 2009

Awesome: Hamas 'steals' UNRWA ambulances

The IDF has disclosed that three ambulances that were transferred to UNRWA via the Kerem Shalom crossing point two weeks ago were stolen by Hamas.
According to the army, a short time after the ambulances arrived in Gaza via the Kerem Shalom border crossing, Hamas gunmen overpowered the drivers and took control of the vehicles. The IDF noted that UNRWA failed to report the incident.

A military source told Army Radio that the incident indicated a double standard toward Hamas, and UNRWA's discrimination concerning Israel.

"When Israel deviates a little from procedures in Gaza, there is a massive world outcry, but when UNRWA, as an organization, doesn't even declare that Hamas is causing great damage in Gaza, the world doesn't even open its mouth," he said.

Furthermore, other sources pointed out that Hamas's control of Gaza was causing UNRWA great distress, and that the agency's director-general had recently received death threats, reportedly prompting him to flee the Strip.

An UNRWA spokesman said that he was not familiar with the alleged ambulance seizures and that the report was being checked.
Well of course the world applies a double standard to us - has it ever been otherwise?

But just give the 'Palestinians' a state and they'll deal with their kleptomania. Right....


At 11:27 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

The world condemns Israel for following the rule of law but winks and nods when the Palestinians steal UN property.

Yep, that's Solomonic judgment, alright. Condemn justice and condone theft. How Orwellian!

What could go wrong indeed

At 1:03 AM, Blogger What is "Occupation" said...

I wonder if those vehicles have GPS locators built in?

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

Israel should allow other things to get stolen...

Mislabeled medicines.. Computers with trojan horses... Ammo that misfires...

All should be allowed to be stolen..


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