Mohammad Elassam, 22, of Tel Sheva was also charged with joining a Salafist organization.14:47 08.02.16 | 0 comments
Arab League stance. Where is the UNSC resolution condemning their actions? There isn't one because it was LEGAL. They had a legitimate case for invading Palestine (of which Israel was no longer a part) "Azzam Pasha (first secretary-general of the Arab League between 1945 and 1952): "This will be a war of extermination and a momentous massacre which will be spoken of like the Mongolian massacres and the Crusades". (May 14, 1948)" What was he talking about though? What Israel was doing or what the Arab League would do? Because the actual declaration by the Arab League issues no such notions... No threats to Israel AT ALL. It outline the case for invading Palestine, not Israel. The UNSC Resolutions and armistice agreements and peace agreements all say peace in PALESTINE, not Israel, the wars were not fought in Israel. Jewish/Israeli forces OUTSIDE of Israel were attacked.