Ban don't worry there is no diminishing of trust - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Ron
    • 23.01.10 | 00:32 (IST)

    Hi Ban, I feel I need to ally any fears you have diminishing of Trust. Please do not worry - there is no such issue. After 1400 years of persecution by Muslims, After the Palestinians Leader Hussaini cooperating with Hitler and calling for all Jews to be killed in the 1920's onwards, after Arafat at the start of Oslo having a Television which broadcasts hate speeches, and teaches racism, promoting inhalation of jews, etc (which continues unabated under Abbas + rest of the Arab world) and after witnessing what happens under Islamic rules around the globe (e.g. East Timor Christians massacres, Dafour, Coptic in Egypt, Christians in Gaza (and rest of the Arab world) , Bahai's, Hindus in Bangladesh, etc ,etc ,etc (The list is too long but all to familiar) - there is NO Trust - so nothing to diminish. It has been said many times that the Palestinians never miss an opportunity to miss an opportunity =- Actually that is wrong - they want Dafur, east ttimor, etc and avoid peace.

    from the article: UN Chief: Mideast conflict worsening amid stalled talks
    First published 07:37 22.01.10 | Last updated 09:04 22.01.10
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