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Israel's answer to Obama's UN Resolution telling them they have no rights in Jerusalem

In this holiday season, the current president of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama has seen fit to stab the Jewish State of Israel in the back by stealth-like support of a UN Resolution that would not just ban Jewish settlements on the west bank, but would, in reality, make those Jews who live in Jerusalem little more than illegal squatters in homes their ancestors lived in for over a thousand years.  Good luck Mr. President in trying to control the fate of the Jewish state.  Men like those below just might have something to say about that.  But in the holiday spirit we do wish you a happy Hanukkah and a Merry Christmas.  Or in your case perhaps happy Ramadan would be more fitting.
 

3 comments:

Sandee said...

• ★ Merry ★* 。 • ˚ ˚ ˛ ˚ ˛ •
•。★ Christmas 。* 。
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˚ ˛ •˛• ˚| 田田 |門| ˚And a Happy New Year
* Joy to all! ♫•*¨* Peace on Earth ♪♫•*¨*

Woodsterman (Odie) said...

Merry Christmas Ron!

GOODSTUFF said...

Spoils of the Six Day War
http://www.sixdaywar.org/war.asp

United Nations Security Council Resolution 2334 was adopted under non-binding Chapter VI of

the United Nations Charter on 23 December 2016 and concerns the Israeli settlements in

"Palestinian territories occupied since 1967, including East-Jerusalem".

While the resolution did not include any sanction or coercive measure, according to the Israeli

newspaper Haaretz it "may have serious ramifications for Israel in general and specifically for the

settlement enterprise" in the medium-to-long term. In response to the resolution, the government

of Israel retaliated with a series of diplomatic actions against members of the Security Council,

including recalling its ambassadors, summoning member countries' ambassadors, cancellations

of visits, and cancellation of aid.

The draft was originally prepared by Egypt. However, on 22 December, United States President-

elect Donald Trump called on Egyptian president Abdel Fattah el-Sisi to withdraw the proposal

and Egypt withdrew the nomination after what its ambassador called an "intense pressure". Then

on 23 December, the draft was taken up and proposed again by Malaysia, New Zealand, Senegal

and Venezuela. The resolution was passed 14 to 0; all members voted for the resolution except

for the United States, which abstained

Richard Nixon said in 1973: “You and I both know they [the Israelis] can’t go back to the other

borders.”

Ronald Reagan, in September 1982: “In the pre-1967 borders, Israel was barely ten miles wide at

its narrowest point. The bulk of Israel’s population lived within artillery range of hostile armies. I

am not about to ask Israel to live that way again.”