Skip to comments.UN concerned about 'forcible transfer' of 'Palestinian' terrorists
Posted on 10/18/2011 3:13:52 PM PDT by Nachum
I don't know how many of you noticed the comments of UN Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and 'Human Rights' Commissioner Navi Pillay on Gilad Shalit's release, but they got some play on Israel Television this evening, because they are quite ludicrous.
The United Nations voiced concern on Tuesday that some of the Palestinian detainees released in exchange for Israeli soldier Gilad Shalit may have not have been given any choice on where to go, which could constitute an illegal forced transfer.
The office of Navi Pillay, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, welcomed the release but cited reports that some of the Palestinian prisoners from the West Bank may be released to the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip or abroad.
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I am sure U.N. will release a statement shortly on the awful way Hamas took care of Shalit. .............*crickets*
How moronic. South Koreans should be ashamed that this guy is one of them.
Here I thought they were going to release them from the back of a C-130...
The world is truly upside-down and inside-out. Please let the US remove itself from the UN cesspool before we are complicit in the crimes it now routinely ignores or excuses.
So the U.N. is complaining that releasing them into Palestinian custody is cruel? Maybe we should follow up on that thought! They may be right.
Israel should have nuked Gaza today.
Would have solved most of the problems in the world in one fell swoop.
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