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Israel sent 20 letters to U.N. on Hamas rockets in 2012, before responding militarily


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Who is the real aggressor here? I think we all know. Mini-palestines are shaping all across the EU where Muslims lay claim to areas they have moved into a few years prior, and create no-go zones for other people in those areas.

Originally posted on Palestine-Israel Conflict:

Published by
UN Watch   - at November 20, 2012

The current bloody conflict between Israel and Hamas did not emerge in a vacuum. Israel is exercising its legitimate right to self-defense in light of repeated rocket attacks coming from Gaza.

Since 1 January 2012, we were able to count 20 separate letters sent by Israel’s Mission to the UN in New York to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the President of the Security Council. In these letters, the Israeli diplomats inform the United Nations about repeated instances of rockets landing to Israel from Gaza. In addition, they ask the U.N. to condemn the rocket attacks and they add “inaction today could help ignite an escalation of conflict tomorrow.” Unfortunately, we were not able to locate a U.N. condemnation of these attacks.

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2 thoughts on “Israel sent 20 letters to U.N. on Hamas rockets in 2012, before responding militarily

  1. deport the muzzies, bomb 300 million sand monkeys, nuke their media, destroy the madrasses. Islam is indistinguishable from Nazism. The Koran is worse than Mein Kampf. Quit kidding yourselves, people!!! Islam should be obliterated. Israel is great. Obama is a muzzie Nazi.

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