Israel Condemned by the UN Security Council 84 times

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Because the "foolish prophets" (politicians) have seduced My people, saying peace; and there was NO peace and one built a wall (N.A.T.O. and U.N.O.) and others daubed it with untempered mortar (non-hardening / useless cement), say to them that it shall FALL.

- Ezekiel 13 (extract)Taken from THE FOUR HORSEMEN OF THE APOCALYPSE and THE TWO WITNESSES





Dear Mr. O'Reilly:

May I congratulate you for your tempered respect for international law demonstrated on your show of 9/12/02. I'm curious to know whether or not you hold your standards universally. You maintain that Iraq's flaunting of international law in the past and present warrants initiating a war on that nation.

I would like you to consider the one nation that has been condemned by the UN Security Council (including the US) not 16 times like Iraq, but 84 times. Its current leader even had a UN Security Council resolution condemning his role in killing civilians (UN SC Res 101; 24 Nov 1953). This nation remains in total violation of 67 Resolutions since 1967 for war crimes. These include acts of aggression, annexation of foreign land, deportation of civilians, illegal colonization of foreign land, killing of civilians (17,000 civilians killed in its invasion of Lebanon in 1982 according to the AP), destruction of civilian property and repeated occupation of foreign lands. It also includes the brutal massacre of over 1,000 civilians in Beirut, overseen by this nation's current leader (UN SC Res 521; 19 Sep 1982). In the year 2002 alone, this rogue nation has had 4 UN SC Resolutions condemning it, and it remains in violation of these as well (UN SC Res 1397, 1402, 1403, 1405; 12 Mar, 30 Mar, 4 Apr, 19 Apr 2002).

Understand that these are not UN General Assembly Resolutions, which are non-binding. They are Security Council Resolutions, which are legally binding and which the US government has approved.

No, this nation that has violated more international laws than any current country and has never once been punished militarily or faced sanctions, is not Iraq. Its America's ally, Israel.

So I ask you, Mr. O'Reilly, when are you going to be even-handed and call for war against this rogue state? Law is law, and if you use international law to condemn Iraq, you must apply the same standards to Israel.


For a complete list of UN SC Resolutions condemning Israel please visit:

http://www.palestine-un.org/res/1a.html>http://www.palestine-un.org/res/1a.html

Benjamin Dov Granby

Now, if everyone reading this were to write a similar letter to all their congress people and all the media they can get to, we might just have a chance to stop this war before it gets totally out of control.


[If everyone studied the Plan we would be ALL RIGHT]