To all who curse the UN - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • justis
    • 27.03.10 | 07:44 (IDT)

    Had the UN not condemned Israel in 3 resolutions to which Israel is guilty of under international law you all would crown the UN the greatest organization in the world. Would all you blind hypocrites that support the Israeli occupation since 1967 site back and ask your occupier to leave your land peacefully if the situation was reversed or do everything in your power to free your nation by any means possible including firing rockets at the occupying force. Hypocrites shouldn't cry foul when they are the aggressor...

    from the article: UN Human Rights Council passes 3 resolutions condemning Israel
    First published 21:42 24.03.10 | Last updated 01:32 25.03.10
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