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Friday, October 22, 2010

UN envoy slams 'settlement' construction

UN Middle East envoy Robert Serry has slammed Israel for resuming 'settlement' construction over the last three and a half weeks.
In a statement, Serry called the AP report "alarming." He said settlement construction is "illegal under international law" and "will only further undermine trust."
The irony is that 'settlement' construction might bring the 'Palestinians' back to the table. So long as it's frozen, the 'Palestinians' have nothing to lose by stalling. But if staying away from the talks means that Israel continues to build, the 'Palestinians' have much, much more to lose.


At 8:16 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

Israel should keep on building.... the more revanants built, the more the Palestinians will be desperate to reach an agreement.

But we as know from Yediot, its Stupid Jews that are desperate to sell out the country. Here's hoping public outrage stops them cold.

At 10:12 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

Hi Carl.
Still confident that "they don't trust me because of my middle name" not will vote in favor of an Palestinian state?You can hear him coming from a mile away.


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