by Akiva at Mystical Paths
(AUP) NY - The United Nations General Assembly, in coordination with the United Nations Security Council, has condemned Egypt for their ongoing blockade of Gaza and the horrendous impact on the civilian population. The resolution specifically stated that "Egypt is destroying the lives of 1.5 million civilians simply to pressure a neighboring power."
UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon said, "Egypt's recent threats to forcibly re-close their border with Gaza and stave off the flow of supplies is a crime against humanity." The Secretary General called on all Arab nations to stop using refugee lives as a diplomatic weapon.
NOT! Because, that would make sense in a world of truth. Instead, we get this feces fed to us...
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak and Jordan’s King Abdullah met Saturday at Sharm el-Sheik, condemning the Israeli “siege on the Gaza Strip” and calling for “an end to the blockade on the Palestinian people, which causes them much suffering.”
which, of course, when put in the context of this...
Egypt has warned Palestinians against trying to break through its resealed Gaza border about two weeks after Hamas militants blew it open to defy an Israeli-led blockade.
After allowing (allowing??? they blew the border fence up!) hundreds of thousands of Palestinians to cross into the Sinai peninsula last month, Egypt on Sunday closed the border to Palestinians seeking entry.
A day later, one person was killed and dozens more wounded in clashes between Egyptian border guards and Palestinian militants. Security sources said several thousand Palestinians in Egypt would be returned to Gaza in organized groups.
"Whoever breaks the border line will have his foot broken," Foreign Minister Ahmed Aboul Gheit said in comments carried by the state-run Middle East News Agency (MENA) on Thursday.
shows who's doing the blockading and what they are worried about (which isn't the lives of the Gaza civilians.)
How long will the world listen to these lies???
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Sunday, February 17, 2008
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