Monday, January 24, 2005

UN Condemns Palestinian Terror Attack

Yeah, read that again - UN Condemns Palestinian terror attack. It wasn't just anybody at the UN who said that either. It was none other than Koffi Annan.

Here is the text of the dispatch.

The Secretary-General condemns the Palestinian terror attack that caused the death of six Israeli civilians and injury to four others at the Karni crossing between Israel and the Gaza Strip yesterday evening. He wishes to express his deepest condolences to the families of those killed and injured.

The Secretary-General hopes that this terrible incident will not be allowed to undermine the recent positive steps made by both parties. He also calls on the new Palestinian leadership to make all possible attempts to bring to justice the organizers and perpetrators of this attack.

The Secretary-General emphasizes again that violence cannot provide a solution to the conflict, and that only through negotiation can peace be achieved.

Except to name the nationality of the victims Israel is conspicuously missing from this statement. Is Annan trying to appease the West?

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