Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Will Volvos now disappear from Stamford Hill?

following this incident reported in the Jerusalem Post ?


Sweden: Israeli response to Hebron attack lacking








The Swedish government is dissatisfied with Israel's investigation of an attack in the contentious West Bank city of Hebron that left a Swedish activist with a broken cheekbone, the Swedish Foreign Ministry said Tuesday.


You know my heart really bleeds for that Swede - NOT







1 comment:

Jeremycj said...

Meanwhile from Yid with a Lid's site.........................................
Louise Arbour the obviously VERY High UN Commissioner has once again proven that she is a Racist anti-Semite who believes that Israeli blood is cheap. This morning she announces that the terrorist missiles are OK as long as they land on military targets. Now she refuses to meet with and comfort the families of Israeli soldiers kidnapped by Hamas and Hezbollah. At least she is showing her (and the UN's true colors). She will do anything to comfort Palestinian families, but Jews don’t matter.

So PM Olmert are you going to blast her now?

Foreign Minister Livni is taking time away from criticizing her UN Ambassador to roll out the red carpet for the High Commission. Livni, maybe you can get some guts...CANCEL THE MEETING !!!

Show Louise the door. Tell the UN that you don't want to meet with any more Anti-Semite commissioners. Or are you like the Prime Minister...all caught up in your own underwear?

UN Commissioner refuses to meet captives' families (From Ynet news)


The UN High Commissioner on Human Rights Louise Arbour has decided not to meet with the families of the kidnapped soldiers during her visit to Israel . The families of Ehud Goldwasser, Eldad Regev and Gilad Shalit have approached the commissioner two weeks ago already, but after a series of evasive answers, the negative and final answer came Tuesday. "The decision of the Commissioner Arbour not to meet with the families of the kidnapped soldiers during her visit to Israel should set off red lights in Israel and the other 15 countries that are signed on UN Resolution 1701. The UN is not interested in the fate of the soldiers, and maybe it doesn't even stand behind the resolution," said Benny Regev, brother of kidnapped soldier Eldad Regev. Regev told Ynet that the commissioner should meet with the families mainly because the way the soldiers are treated by Hamas and Hizbullah is a violation of human rights. "There is no way of knowing what their situation is and if their basic right to live has been kept. Nobody is updating us on their status, and this is one of the basic demands of the UN when talking about prisoners of war," he said Regev added that "the evasion of Arbour is childish. We wished to take only a few minutes of her time, and the fact we have been chasing after her for more than two weeks indicates that the consideration was not a reasonable one." Regev added that he hopes Arbour will reconsider and meet with the families in order to examine the ways the UN can assist in the return of the three kidnapped soldiers. Regev also said that the families have no new details on their condition or information regarding the negotiations on their release. During her visit, Arbour will meet Foreign Minister Tzipi Livny and discuss the issue of the kidnapped soldiers.