From January Lebanon will hold a seat in the UN Security Council. The seat belongs to the Lebanese Foreign Ministry controlled by Hizbullah.
Since last month’s unity government agreement between the enfeebled March 14 movement and Hizbullah, gave Hizbullah control over Lebanese Foreign Ministry. What Lebanon’s election to the Security Council means is that from January, Hizbullah will be a member of the Council.
This week, Israel was condemned by UN Secretary General Ban Ki Moon for protecting Jewish property rights in Jerusalem. Israel was also condemned during the annual UN Day of Solidarity with the Palestinians in their war against Israel.
From the time the Netanyahu government took office in late March until its recent moves to cut a shockingly dangerous deal with Hamas and prohibit Jewish building in Judea and Samaria, there was a sense that Israel had turned a corner. The public rejected the Barak-Olmert legacy of defeat and elected Netanyahu to change the course of the country. Depressingly, today it is less apparent that Netanyahu has in fact abandoned their legacy of defeat.
What is absolutely certain, however, is that until both Israel and the US change course and defeat our enemies, we will not be safe. Moreover, we must recognize the infuriating fact that even if both countries decide to defeat their enemies, their embrace of victory will come too late for the soldiers killed in futile and pointless battles and for civilians murdered in terror attacks that could have been prevented.
Source: Column One, Jerusalem Post.
The United Nations was supposed to become the new light to the World, after the political failures of Word War II. The leaders in London and Paris had put their trust in the words of Adolph Hitler, who claimed he was ready to bring peace to Europe.
Today`s global leaders are even more foolish that the people who negotiated a «peace deal» with Nazi-Germany. Because todays Nazis are taken into the International political forums, even without talking about peace.
The present political leadership in Lebanon is an excellent example of the tragic state of affairs. The word «peace» is not even inside the vocabulary of the leadership of this Islamic terrorist organization. Their supreme leader Hassan Nasrallah only speaks about armed struggle, murders and hate.
Not only the United nations have silently recognized the terrorists. Also the European Union has corrupted it self, and given up the task of telling the Lebanese people to liberate it self from the yoke of this fascistic movement.
Now we can only wait for the price of peace to come, and bring an end to all the evil of our present age.