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United Nations Political Affairs Cheif Jeffrey Feltman (an American) Expresses Prejudice Against Israel ?

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Submitted by Ludvikus (United States), Jun 24, 2014 at 08:37

I ask this based on the JPost article below where Jeffrey Feldman failed to mention the kidnapped Israeli boys.

Nevertheless, it appears with the massacres going on in the uncivil wars

in Syria, and especially Iraq, but also in most of the Western Arab and Islamist world

the Security Council of the United Nations is unable to reach the required unanimity

so that the failed states UN is unable to condemn Israel

for taking strong Police Action to locate the missing three Israeli youths.

It is to be noted that Israel is in a State of War against non-citizen Palestinian who themselves want to be "free" of Israel. When the USA had gone to war against Japan, it interred its peaceful Japanese American citizens in special camps - until 1945 or so. Israelis Palestinians are quite free within Israel, even though there is the potential of a Fifth Column.

It is also to be noted that in the United States people do not throw stones at the Police. What would happen if they did, as is common in Israel, when Palestinian youths "bravely" throw stones at Israel police, officers, or soldiers.

A Third Intefada would most likely benefit Israel, justifying even stronger Police Action.

Perhaps Israel should recognize Gaza as the Palestinian State - and thereby deport violent Palestinians from the West Bank into Gaza. The Politics of International Relations is like a vast Chess Game, and Israeli Napoleon, Bismark, or Ataturk, would know the right move; hopefully, Netanyahu can fulfill this much needed role - on behalf of Israel: until the kidnapped three (3) Israelis are found, no Palestinian stone should be left unturned, and any harm resulting therefrom, should fall upon the Ransom seekers, whoever they might be, and who obviously support the Palestinian cause which can only result in the plight of the "brother" Arabs in Syria Lebanon, and Iraq.

If the "world" seeks to know why israel hasn't made Peace with the Palestinians

just look at the political and military conduct of the "same" Arabs surrounding Israel, including two-faced Palestinian Jordan:

"As the search for missing youths continues, UN urges Israeli restraint"

http://www.jpost.com/LandedPages/PrintArticle.aspx?id=360332

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