There is a hope that the Jews in general and Israel in particular will finally have a fai share in the Human rights decisions of UN. Without any doubt it will basecally have an effect on the writings of the most vociferouce critic of Israel relationships with the Palistinians. Sure, this momentous observation by the President of the United Nations Human Rights Council is no panacea for all the ills in the region, but an equilibrium of criticism will surely be installed and give both parties a realistic demands on the other. Just let me add: in view of Nicola Sarkozy's election to the President of France has turned things around for the benefit of Israel; on top the fact that the British boycott is put aside for the time being is another sign for almost auniversal acceptance of Israel as a full MEMBER of the International scene. Other encouraging sign, though criptic, is the change, however subtle of Saudia Arabia's Israel "actual existence" is on the up and up, adding the turn about of Syria, in light of the double kicking in the back by Iran-read the defector story-.
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