Skip to comments.Syrian Regime Bombs Palestinian Refugees; UN Condemns Israel
Posted on 12/20/2012 10:51:02 AM PST by chessplayer
(CNSNews.com) Two days after Syrian regime fighter jets bombed a Damascus suburb that is home to 150,000 Palestinians registered by the U.N. as refugees, the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday passed nine Mideast-related resolutions by large majorities all critical of Israel.
The only reference to Syria during the session was to the occupied Syrian Golan the strategic ridge captured by Israel during the 1967 Six Day War and formally annexed in 1981.
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Sounds about right.
The international equivalent of “Bush’s fault!”
Many times it is the same scumbags, and I pay as much attention to both - which is to say, none at all.
More and more the UN sounds like it is merely the central planning committee for the planned caliphate.
Like the wolf saying the sheep were responsible for him eating them.
UN demands the U. S. allow it’s observers into our election process
UN demands the U. S. stop any criticism of homosexuality
UN demands the U. S. recognize religions as an abuser of human rights
UN demands the U. S. sign on to it’s efforts to ban gun ownership
UN soldiers in Africa rape women and little girls
UN appoints human rights abusers, to head up the human rights committee
UN appoints terrorist states, to head up the anti-terrorism task forces
UN remains silent as Arabs lob tens/hundreds of missiles into Israel every day for years at a time
UN remains silent as Arabs bomb Israeli Markets
UN remains silent as Arabs bomb Israeli buses, with school children on them
UN remains silent as Arabs target Grandmothers, mothers, and little girls in coffee shops and markets
UN remains silent as Arabs swear they will drive the Jews into the Mediterranean
UN remains silent as Arabs refuse to recognize Israel, and allow it to exist
Tell you what U.N., you clean up your act, and then start focusing on others
NO better yet, just get the F out of our nation, and don’t you every demand something of us again