#44 Ron: You Can Ignore What I Am Actually Saying But I'll - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tim R
    • 08.04.10 | 10:08 (IDT)

    ... still say it because YOU were the one who brought up Res 181. Jordan ignored your International Law (Un Res 181) between 1948 and 1967. During that time, Jordan: - Ethnically cleansed Jews from East Jerusalem - Desecrated Jewish holy sites - Permitted Pal terrorist acts against Israelis in West Jerusalem Of course your "International Laws" were NOT invoked by anyone and the lives of Jews and their property were NOT protected by YOUR "International Law", Israel was obliged to protect it's own citizens instead of relying on your discriminatory laws which with typical UN hypocrisy it tries to ram down Israel's throat after Israel successfully defended itself in 1967. Suddenly they and the likes of you drag out "International Law" Well then Ron, you know what? The UN and the likes of you can shove your discriminatory and selective laws where the sun does NOT shine ...

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    First published 19:18 28.03.10 | Last updated 22:06 28.03.10
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