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U.N. Head Rejects Calls for Israel’s Annihilation

A large banner depicting UN secretary General Ban Ki Moon hangs outside the UNRWA school in Gaza, welcoming the secretary general on February 02, 2012.

A large banner depicting UN secretary General Ban Ki Moon hangs outside the UNRWA school in Gaza, welcoming the secretary general on February 02, 2012.
Photo Credit: Abed Rahim Khatib / Flash 90

I don’t know what the right word would have been – I know only that rejecting is just too tame a word.

Paula R. Stern

About the Author: Paula R. Stern is CEO of WritePoint Ltd., a leading technical writing company in Israel. Her personal blog, A Soldier's Mother, has been running for more than 5 years. She lives in Maale Adumim with her husband and children, a dog, too many birds, and a desire to write. Visit Paula Stern's blog, A Soldier's Mother.

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