UN ‘Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People,’ November 29, 2005

Folks, from the very beginning of modern Israel’s existence, the United Nations indicated its preferences when five Arab countries attacked the brand new state of Israel. The United Nations did nothing. From then on, no Arab state that instigated a war against Israel was pushed by the United Nations to live up to the terms it agreed to when defeated. Arab governments used their influence in the United Nations to win a vote that “Zionism is racism,” despite the fact that Zionism means that Jews should have their own country. Is “Palestinianism” racism?

The following pictures and descriptions are from the excellent site Eye on the U.N. and reference Israel wiped off the map at the UN on UN ‘Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People,’ November 29, 2005. My question is, how many times can one address the same recycled crap to gullible listeners? Evidently to a muslim, the answer is ‘whatever the traffic will bear’.

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This is the prominent UN public display which was used to mark the commemoration of “International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People” on November 29, 2005. The Palestinian flag is on one side. The UN flag is on the other side. A map without the UN member state of Israel stands between them.

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This map was displayed at a public gathering at UN Headquarters, in the presence of all top three UN officials, the Secretary General, and the Presidents of the UN Security Council and the General Assembly. It purports to be a “map of Palestine” and is dated 1948. The UN member state of Israel is not on the map. Even the UN General Assembly partition lines of its resolution adopted November 29, 1947, marking a Jewish and an Arab state, do not appear.

As the “map of Palestine” without the state of Israel stood in the background, Secretary-General Kofi Annan addressed the public meeting at UN Headquarters. The anniversary of the UN partition vote that survivors of the concentration camps celebrated, has been described by Secretary-General Annan as “a day of mourning and a day of grief.” Palestinians and other Arabs refer to it as part of “Al-Nakba,” meaning the “catastrophe” that is the creation of Israel.

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In a moment which includes commemorating suicide-bombers the Palestinian Foreign Minister, the Presidents of the Security Council and General Assembly, the Chairman of the sponsoring UN Committee, the Secretary General and two others, rise at the outset of the November 29th UN meeting with these opening words from the Chair. “I invite everyone present to rise and observe a minute of silence in memory of all those who have given their lives [Smooth: folks, the rat bastards are standing to praise godless zombie muslim homicide bombers at the United Nations. Where is the international outcry? ] for the cause of the Palestinian people…”

Nasser al-Kidwa, Foreign Minister of the Palestinian Authority, former UN Ambassador, and nephew of Yasser Arafat, was warmly greeted by UN diplomats and secretariat officials prior to the start of UN Palestinian Solidarity Day. The map with no Israel stands in the background. A warm Reception – video

This clip captures the opening moments of UN International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People. This footage was omitted from the UN webcast which only begins at the conclusion of this episode. Video of the Opening Moments: Suicide Bombers Honored at the UN

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