Liberman on the UN Vote

January 1, 2015 by J-Wire News Service
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Israel’s Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman on the failure of the UN Security Council vote to establish a Palestinian state.

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Avigdor Liberman Photo:  MFA

Following the defeat of the Palestinian draft resolution in the UN Security Council, Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman said: “The failure of the Palestinian resolution must teach the Palestinians that provocation and attempts to impose unilateral measures on Israel will not achieve anything – to the contrary.”

According to FM Liberman, “The Palestinians’ contempt for the most important states in the international community, first and foremost the United States, stems in part from the support they enjoy from some of the European states. Every state that truly wishes to promote a solution to the conflict must behave responsibly and make it clear to the Palestinians that decisions are made only around the negotiating table.”

FM Liberman praised the work of the Foreign Ministry staff who, for the second time in the past three years, succeeded in thwarting the Palestinian resolution, through a concerted effort and thanks to the diplomatic relations that Israel has cultivated and developed in Africa and in eastern and central Europe.

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One Response to “Liberman on the UN Vote”
  1. Paul Winter says:

    Liberman would be more believable had he not made a left hand turn at election time and had he abandoned his wacky shared territory option.

    His electoral base – the Russians who made aliyah – know that the Russian Federation method of dealing with islamofascists is to give them nothing but misery and to grind them into the dust.

    The umah – the mohammedan volk – speak the language of supremacy, entitlement and conquest and do not understand humane, reasonable behaviour. As much as it will hurt people true to Jewish ideals, which the West gives lip service to as its own, the suffering imposed on the decent segment of the umah will be far less than what they are enduring from their fanatical brothers. If you don’t believe me think ISIL vs kurds, Boko Haram vs Nigerian Muslims, Talibaan vs Pakistanis or al Shabaab vs Somalis.

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