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Palestinians Looking for UN Downgrade?

Abbas known as 'president of Palestine' at UN, but now asks world body to take on territory as protectorate.
Ramallah-based Fatah leader and Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman  Mahmoud Abbas still leads the faltering Palestinian Authority "unity government," which includes Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorist organization.

Ramallah-based Fatah leader and Palestine Liberation Organization Chairman Mahmoud Abbas still leads the faltering Palestinian Authority "unity government," which includes Gaza's ruling Hamas terrorist organization.
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Has Chief Palestinian Holocaust Denier Abu Mazen asked the United Nations to downgrade “Palestine’s” status at the world body in favour of creating a UN protectorate?

In an almost inconceivable move, Abu Mazen – known on the banks of the East River as “the president of the State of Palestine” – has sent a letter to UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon, asking for Judea, Samaria and Gaza – areas the Palestinians supposedly want for an independent state- to be placed “under an international protection system.”

Ironically, however, Abu Mazen also refer both to “West Bank, including East Jerusalem, and the Gaza Strip on the 167 borders, which constitutes the internationally recognized self -determination unit of the Palestinian people” (apparently, the “occupation” prevents Palestinian leaders from avoiding run-on sentences).

Ban Ki-Moon said he would take the letter under consideration with his team of advisors.
Analysts for U.S. Fox News said Abu Mazen’s letter “is evidently intended as a further stage in the Palestinian diplomatic offensive to wrap itself as much as possible in the U.N.’s blue-and-white flag to further isolate Israel and advance Palestinian recognition, as well as bring an end to the current ground offensive aimed at wiping out Hamas rocket and tunnel infrastructure.”

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22 Responses to “Palestinians Looking for UN Downgrade?”

  1. There is no such place as palistine and this mythological name can never be sovereign no more than these mongrels who call themselves by this fabricated name .

  2. There is no such place as palistine and this mythological name can never be sovereign no more than these mongrels who call themselves by this fabricated name .

  3. Nice to see the slime ball trying to include parts of Israel in his letter.

  4. Nice to see the slime ball trying to include parts of Israel in his letter.

  5. Nice to see the slime ball trying to include parts of Israel in his letter.

  6. David Cohen says:

    It can also be a bid for more Aid money.

  7. Obadiah 1:18 And the house of Jacob shall be a fire, and the house of Joseph a flame, and the house of Esau for stubble, and they shall kindle in them, and devour them; and there shall not be any remaining of the house of Esau; for the LORD hath spoken it.

    Zechariah 12:6 In that day will I make the governors of Judah like an hearth of fire among the wood, and like a torch of fire in a sheaf; and they shall devour all the people round about, on the right hand and on the left: and Jerusalem shall be inhabited again in her own place, even in Jerusalem.

  8. I wish the Jewish people knew that the average American are pulling for Israel. It’s Obama who isn’t. Tommy.

  9. David Cohen says:

    Yes, Andrea Licht Simon. But more for the leaders to steal.

  10. Chez Israel says:

    They can downgrade it to a pigsty in keeping with the filth inhabiting it.

  11. Daisy Villa says:

    I agree and Christians all over the word support Israel!

  12. Daisy Villa says:

    I agree and Christians all over the word support Israel!

  13. Luis Aravena says:

    CRIMINALS AND NASTY TOO.

  14. Kim Sloan says:

    The PA is a cancer that needs to be cut out!

  15. Judith Ross says:

    Palestinians are pathetic slaves and their slave masters are Hamas. Get rid of the slave masters and maybe there will be hope for the slaves.

  16. Judith Ross says:

    Maybe the world Christians do, so why are they so quiet about it?

  17. Geela Gordon says:

    what an idoit , abbas in leader he is child that can’t make up its mind , you are no leader

  18. Geela Gordon says:

    Obama is jerk and acting like a child and has ego problem

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