UN Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people

Check out these photos from the November 29th “UN Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian people.” Please note the country missing from the map displayed in between the UN and Palestinian flag.

And we’re STILL supposed to believe that the Palestinians have a desire to ‘peacefully co-exist’ with Israel as soon as the land that was ‘stolen’ from them is ‘returned.’ Uh huh.

(Thanks for the heads up, FT)

Related: Looks like John Bolton is kicking bootie and taking names regarding the lack of UN condemnation of the latest terrorist attack in Israel:

U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton issued a statement Tuesday unequivocally condemning the bomb attack in the Israeli town of Netanya that killed at least five people. The unusual action came after a U.S. attempt to have the statement issued by the Security Council was rejected.

Diplomats attending the meeting say several Council members raised concerns about language in the U.S.-drafted document. Ambassador Bolton, however, blamed Algeria for quashing the measure by objecting to a passage urging Syria to close offices of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad, which claims responsibility for the attack. “Other governments had questions about particular language. We were perfectly prepared to engage in discussions about constructive suggestions, but Algeria categorically refused to name Syria and the Palestinian Islamic Jihad,” he said.

The U.S. envoy later read the text of the statement to reporters, and lashed out at the Council for what he called “failing to speak the truth”.

He said “you have to speak up in response to these terrorist attacks. It’s a great shame that the Security Council couldn’t speak to this terrorist attack in Netanya, but if the Council won’t speak, the United States will.”

You got that right!

Hat tip: LGF

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