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UN to vote soon on resolution to end Israels occupation
Cat : Palestine
Date : 30/12/2014                      Reader : 72

H.D.A : COWBOYS & RED INDIANS ARE AGAINST UN RESOLUTION TO END ISRAEL'S OCCUPATION OF PALESTINE TERROTRIES OF 4TH JUNE 1967!!US THINKS IT IS NOT CONSTRUCTIVE TO END OCCUPATION THAT GOES UP FOR 60 YEARS TILL NOW!!HELL FOR PALESTINIAN REFUGEES WHO HAVE BEEN KICKED OUT OF THEIR COUNTRY UNDRR ZIONIST SLAUGHTERY AND GENOCIDE!!CAN AMERICANS ACCEPT OCCUPATION OF ONE SQUARE KLM OF THEIR COUNTRY?!!CAN AMERICANS ACCEPT KICKING OUT OF AMERICANS OUT OF THEIR COUNTRY?!!IS IT REALLY NOT CONSTRUCTIVE FOR PALESTINIANS TO RETURN BACK TO THEIR HOMELAND?!!REALLY AMERICANS ARE CESTRUCTIVE,EVIL PEOPKLE WHO THREATEN WORLD PEACE!!

 

 lasvegassun        31-12-2014
 
 

UN to vote soon on resolution to end Israel’s occupation

 

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Arab ambassadors are calling for a vote late Tuesday or Wednesday morning on a Palestinian-backed resolution ordering an end to Israel's occupation within three years, a move vehemently opposed by Israel and the United States.

Jordan's U.N. Ambassador Dina Kawar, the Arab representative on the Security Council, told reporters after a closed-door meeting Monday of the 22 Arab envoys that the timing of the vote will depend on when arrangements can be made with the council and the U.N. Secretariat.

The Security Council is almost certain to reject a resolution with a timetable to end Israel's occupation. Even if the resolution musters the minimum nine required "yes" votes, the United States, Israel's closest ally which insisted on a negotiated peace agreement, is certain to veto it if necessary.

 

 

 

 
 
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