Author Topic: U.S. Vetoes U.N. Resolution on Gaza, Fails to Win Second Vote on its Own Measure  (Read 261 times)

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A bitter divide over who is to blame for scores of Palestinian deaths from Israeli fire at protests near Gaza’s border shifted Friday to the United Nations, where the United States vetoed a measure backed by Arab countries to protect Palestinians and condemn Israel.

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These malcontents had a home in Jordan from the breakup
of the Ottoman Empire till 1951; when they were shown
the exit for participating in the assassination of King Abduliah.

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A bitter divide over who is to blame for scores of Palestinian deaths from Israeli fire at protests near Gaza’s border shifted Friday to the United Nations, where the United States vetoed a measure backed by Arab countries to protect Palestinians and condemn Israel.

more @
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/06/01/world/middleeast/gaza-israel-palestinians-.html


Phony palestinians=hamas=muslims,  are to blame. THEIR IMAN,,made them do it or die.  No one FORCED them, on any other side to do this.

Ugh, I loathe islamists.  GANG RAPES. BEHEADINGS, TORTURE, CNNABALISM.  VILE.

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These malcontents had a home in Jordan from the breakup
of the Ottoman Empire till 1951; when they were shown
the exit for participating in the assassination of King Abduliah.
True, but the area they call Palestine today, was always a wasteland dumping ground for the Arab world, they'd exile undesirables to the area as punishment, much like Australia was to England.
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