Skip to comments.Israel tries to downplay Palestinians' UN bid [Global Hatred of Jews Continues]
Posted on 11/28/2012 1:14:41 AM PST by SoFloFreeper
Jerusalem has accepted it won't be able to stop General Assembly from upgrading PA's status. "There will be fireworks in Ramallah, but the settlements will stay in place,' official says...
... but the settlements will remain exactly where they are and the IDF will continue to operate in the same areas."
The forum of top nine ministers has yet to decide what steps to take in response but it appears Israel will keep a low profile so as not to turn the focus away from the Palestinian move which clearly violates the Oslo Accords.
On Tuesday, France officially announced it would be endorsing the Palestinian bid. It is estimated that most Asian and African nations will also vote in favor of the status upgrade.
Britain is set to abstain as will Italy, Australia and Germany. Israeli officials estimate that other than Israel itself, the US, Canada, Micronesia and Guatemala will vote against the bid.
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After the "cartoon" debacle, one would THINK the Danes would have realized that appeasement doesn't work.
Denmark is going down the tube along with the rest of Eurabia.
There’s no national barriers in Scandinavia anymore. Each of the Scandinavian countries has a contingent of far-lefties and muslims from the neighboring countries working kadre posts in their own press and political parties.
Legal supremacy of Mohammed is already an established fact.
Once the votes are counted tomorrow, Israel should declare war on the new terror state called palestine. Flatten gaza and destroy the west bank a within the hour.
If Israel feel she can´t go to war the least she can do is stop providing them with electricity,water and food.After all once they have a state Israel stops being in anyway responsible for them.
As an European I feel ashamed of european countries voting for those bas.tards to have a state.
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