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Posted on 07/11/2010 12:27:56 AM PDT by Nachum
UN ambassador compares situation to days when Zionism deemed racism.
Israel's current standing in the United Nations is the worst it has been in nearly forty years, said Israel's Ambassador to the United Nations, Gabriela Shalev, in an interview with Army Radio on Sunday.
"Our situation in recent months can be compared to the 1970s, when Zionism was being called racism," said Shalev.
Shalev added in the interview that as far as she knew the Libyan backed aid ship, the Almathea, which originally planned to sail to Gaza, "has left Greece and is headed for [Egyptian Port] El-Arish.
The ambassador stated that she had sent a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and spoken to him personally about the Gaza-bound ship, telling him it was "a provocation, especially in light of the easing of the Gaza blockade."
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and the Jewish people here will still vote for their savor.
US Jews do more to harm Israel than Hamas has or is capable of doing.
Bebe should be going across the US blasting Jews at synagogues.
You’re right. The Reform and Conservative rabbinical schools were slowly, but surely taken over by Marxists, as were the Protestant and Catholic schools of theology. They turned the teachings of Judaism and Christianity on their head and a generation of rabbis and ministers and priests were graduated spouting little more than Marxist drivel.
Yep, bad standing for Israel ... pressuring them to sign a “peace” deal. Straight out of bible prophecy ...
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The voters in Israel can vote in American elections, according to you?
After all, this article is about *ISRAEL*.
I thought I was clear.
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