.... Quote:"Israel's opposition stems from the fact that it does not believe the Security Council is the appropriate channel to adopt decisions on Mideast peace, because it does not consider most of the member states of the council to be friendly toward Israel." How shall we call this? Selective adoption or selective recognition of the UN Security Council? When the UN Security Council adopted resolutions against Saddam Hussein, did we hear similar sounds from Israel, as quote: "...it does not believe the Security Council is the appropriate channel to adopt decisions on Mideast peace..."? Or how about Israel's opinion about the UN Security Council's resolutions against Iran? Is it really so hard for Israel's government of right-wing fundamentalists, to state publicly: "we are not interested in peace." The biggest threat to Israel are the majority of the Israelis themselves. Its time for the UN to de-recognize Israel and to give the land back to the Palestinians.
Military police vehicle attacked by rioters overnight in ultra-Orthodox area of Ashdod (Haaretz)
from the article: U.S. withdraws UN Annapolis resolution after Israel objects
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