Skip to comments.China backs Palestinian UN bid
Posted on 10/24/2012 7:25:26 PM PDT by SunkenCiv
Chinese Special Envoy to the Middle East, Wu Si-ke, has reiterated China's support for the Palestinian National Authority's bid, to gain non-member status at the UN.
Wu was speaking at a news briefing after his meeting with Palestinian President, Mahmoud Abbas, in Ramallah. He told reporters, China backs the resumption of Israeli-Palestinian negotiations along the two-state principle.
He stressed the importance of the United Nations in helping the two sides reach a solution. Wu also urged Israel to halt settlement building in the West Bank and East Jerusalem, so as to create a conductive atmosphere for the resumption of peace talks. Wu will soon travel to New York to discuss the situation with UN officials.
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unfortunate but China is trying to make trouble in many parts of the world these days. After all the Arab invasions, rocket attacks, and terrorism against Israeli citizens, there will not be any Arab “state” on Israeli land. (Not even if that old fake Christian and anti-Semite Jimmy Carter sh!ts a brick.)
Palestine is a non-state with no functioning government. The Republic of China on Taiwan has been free and independent for 65 years. If there are two Korea's in the UN, why not two Chinas? And the People's Republic of China conquered, occupied, and are ethnically cleansing Tibet and East Turkestan.
Maybe the US should introduce a resolution promoting independence for Tibet.
I,m sure China is going to get right on the phone with the UN for help in solving their issues with Japan, NOT!
And, if the US had real leadership they might also
endorse Taiwan for UN membership. As a matter of fact
we should give our membership card to Taiwan.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
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