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  • Bereny
    Israel News : Jerusalem Post Internet EditionIo invece penso di far vedere proprio a loro. Ai bambini Bereny ... From: Amici D Israele Emilia-Romagna To:
    Messaggio 1 di 2 , 1 feb 2004
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      Israel News : Jerusalem Post Internet EditionIo invece penso di far vedere proprio a loro. Ai bambini

      Bereny

      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Amici D'Israele Emilia-Romagna
      To: Franco Frattini
      Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 11:11 PM
      Subject: L'ONU e il suo segretario "NON riescono" a condannare il terrorismo islamico quando colpisce Israele



      Da non far vedere ai minori e ai deboli di cuore
      Immagini molto crude!!!!!




















      Alcune delle vittime prima dell' attentato islamico sul bus a Gerusalemme.


      Anat 23 Dana 24 Florescu 40 Hana 38 Chezy 41 Natalia 53



      Baruch 38 Ely 47 Rosa 39

      e dopo:
      dal sito del Jerusalem Post:


      se avete lo stomaco e volete vedere cosa vuo dire il terrorismo islamico andate al:
      http://www.mfa.gov.il/mfa/go.asp?swiU04ul0

      Ma quando le vittime sono israeliane,ne il consiglioo di sicurezza del ONU, ne il suo segretario si sentono di condannarlo.E questo dice tutto sul ruolo delle nazioni unite, e spiega anche la fiducia che gli israeliani e i loro amici hanno nei confronti di quest' istituto.


      http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost/JPArticle/ShowFull&cid=1075349812689&p=1008596981749

      Israel: UN 'indifferent' to terror


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      Associated Press Jan. 29, 2004

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      Israel criticized Secretary-General Kofi Annan for issuing a statement that failed to mention or condemn the suicide bombing in Jerusalem, warning that U.N. "indifference" to Palestinian terrorist attacks undermines efforts to achieve peace.

      Annan's statement was released after Thursday's attack on a bus that killed 10 Israelis and wounded more than 50. It condemned those who resort to "violence and terror" and appealed to Israelis and Palestinians to resume peace negotiations, but did not specifically mention the bombing.

      "The moral clarity of the secretary-general in expressly condemning brutal acts of terrorism like yesterday's attack is especially important," Israeli Ambassador Dan Gillerman told a news conference Friday.

      "This is why we must express our disappointment and dismay at the response issued by the office of the secretary-general," Gillerman said.

      Before Gillerman's press conference started at UN headquarters in New York, Annan told reporters in Brussels, Belgium on Friday that "I have always condemned without reservation suicide bombings that take innocent lives."

      The secretary-general sent his "deepest sympathy and condolences to the families and all those who lost loved ones, and those who have been injured and are in hospital." But he stressed that "the only solution to this is to focus on peace."

      Gillerman said after his press conference he was not aware of Annan's new comments.

      Grilled about whether there was a change in Annan's policy, UN associate spokeswoman Marie Okabe said "one press statement doesn't make a policy."

      "If you look at his words and his deeds before today and after, you will see that his only objective ... is to make the parties focus on peace," she said.

      Israel's anger at Annan was compounded by the Security Council's failure to agree on a statement condemning the suicide bombing.

      Council diplomats said Algeria, the only Arab nation on the council, insisted that any statement must also condemn the deaths of eight Palestinians in an Israeli incursion into Gaza City on Wednesday. The United States and others said equating the two incidents was unacceptable, the diplomats said, speaking on condition of anonymity.

      Algeria's UN Ambassador Abdallah Baali expressed regret at the failure to reach consensus.

      "We are willing to work on language ... so that at the end we come up with a common position � but it has to be understood that the positions should be balanced, should be fair to everybody," he said.

      The Israeli ambassador cited several other "troubling actions" by the UN Secretariat which Annan heads.

      He singled out "the reluctance of the secretary-general to assist in the adoption of a resolution on anti-Semitism after being specifically requested to do so" and a report on Israel's construction of a barrier that juts into the West Bank "that failed to devote even one word to the terrorist threat that the fence is designed to protect against."


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    • ELIO RABELLO
      Il bello con l ONU e che il massimo delle risoluzioni sono contro Israele,dal lato finanziario ,pero ,lo stato ebraico paga piu dei paesi arabi,con la sola
      Messaggio 2 di 2 , 1 feb 2004
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        Il bello con l'ONU e' che il massimo delle risoluzioni
        sono contro Israele,dal lato finanziario ,pero',lo
        stato ebraico paga piu' dei paesi arabi,con la sola
        eccezzione dell'Arabia Saudita che paga all'incirca
        quanto versato da Israele.Shalom Elio
        --- Bereny <bereny@...> ha scritto: > Israel News :
        Jerusalem Post Internet EditionIo
        > invece penso di far vedere proprio a loro. Ai
        > bambini
        >
        > Bereny
        >
        > ----- Original Message -----
        > From: Amici D'Israele Emilia-Romagna
        > To: Franco Frattini
        > Sent: Saturday, January 31, 2004 11:11 PM
        > Subject: L'ONU e il suo segretario "NON riescono" a
        > condannare il terrorismo islamico quando colpisce
        > Israele
        >
        >
        >
        > Da non far vedere ai minori e ai deboli di cuore
        > Immagini molto crude!!!!!
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > Alcune delle vittime prima dell' attentato
        > islamico sul bus a Gerusalemme.
        >
        >
        > Anat 23 Dana 24
        > Florescu 40 Hana 38 Chezy
        > 41 Natalia 53
        >
        >
        >
        > Baruch 38 Ely 47
        > Rosa 39
        >
        > e dopo:
        > dal sito del Jerusalem Post:
        >
        >
        > se avete lo stomaco e volete vedere cosa vuo dire il
        > terrorismo islamico andate al:
        > http://www.mfa.gov.il/mfa/go.asp?swiU04ul0
        >
        > Ma quando le vittime sono israeliane,ne il
        > consiglioo di sicurezza del ONU, ne il suo
        > segretario si sentono di condannarlo.E questo dice
        > tutto sul ruolo delle nazioni unite, e spiega anche
        > la fiducia che gli israeliani e i loro amici hanno
        > nei confronti di quest' istituto.
        >
        >
        >
        http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost/JPArticle/ShowFull&cid=1075349812689&p=1008596981749
        >
        > Israel: UN 'indifferent' to terror
        >
        >
        >
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        > Associated Press Jan. 29, 2004
        >
        >
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        >
        > Israel criticized Secretary-General Kofi Annan for
        > issuing a statement that failed to mention or
        > condemn the suicide bombing in Jerusalem, warning
        > that U.N. "indifference" to Palestinian terrorist
        > attacks undermines efforts to achieve peace.
        >
        > Annan's statement was released after Thursday's
        > attack on a bus that killed 10 Israelis and wounded
        > more than 50. It condemned those who resort to
        > "violence and terror" and appealed to Israelis and
        > Palestinians to resume peace negotiations, but did
        > not specifically mention the bombing.
        >
        > "The moral clarity of the secretary-general in
        > expressly condemning brutal acts of terrorism like
        > yesterday's attack is especially important," Israeli
        > Ambassador Dan Gillerman told a news conference
        > Friday.
        >
        > "This is why we must express our disappointment and
        > dismay at the response issued by the office of the
        > secretary-general," Gillerman said.
        >
        > Before Gillerman's press conference started at UN
        > headquarters in New York, Annan told reporters in
        > Brussels, Belgium on Friday that "I have always
        > condemned without reservation suicide bombings that
        > take innocent lives."
        >
        > The secretary-general sent his "deepest sympathy and
        > condolences to the families and all those who lost
        > loved ones, and those who have been injured and are
        > in hospital." But he stressed that "the only
        > solution to this is to focus on peace."
        >
        > Gillerman said after his press conference he was not
        > aware of Annan's new comments.
        >
        > Grilled about whether there was a change in Annan's
        > policy, UN associate spokeswoman Marie Okabe said
        > "one press statement doesn't make a policy."
        >
        > "If you look at his words and his deeds before today
        > and after, you will see that his only objective ...
        > is to make the parties focus on peace," she said.
        >
        > Israel's anger at Annan was compounded by the
        > Security Council's failure to agree on a statement
        > condemning the suicide bombing.
        >
        > Council diplomats said Algeria, the only Arab nation
        > on the council, insisted that any statement must
        > also condemn the deaths of eight Palestinians in an
        > Israeli incursion into Gaza City on Wednesday. The
        > United States and others said equating the two
        > incidents was unacceptable, the diplomats said,
        > speaking on condition of anonymity.
        >
        > Algeria's UN Ambassador Abdallah Baali expressed
        > regret at the failure to reach consensus.
        >
        > "We are willing to work on language ... so that at
        > the end we come up with a common position — but it
        > has to be understood that the positions should be
        > balanced, should be fair to everybody," he said.
        >
        > The Israeli ambassador cited several other
        > "troubling actions" by the UN Secretariat which
        > Annan heads.
        >
        > He singled out "the reluctance of the
        > secretary-general to assist in the adoption of a
        > resolution on anti-Semitism after being specifically
        > requested to do so" and a report on Israel's
        > construction of a barrier that juts into the West
        > Bank "that failed to devote even one word to the
        > terrorist threat that the fence is designed to
        > protect against."
        >
        >
        >
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        >
        >
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        >
        > This article can also be read at
        >
        http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost/JPArticle/ShowFull&cid=1075349812689
        >
        > [ Back to the Article ]
        >
        >
        >
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        > http://www.jpost.com/
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