En la ONU se anticipan

Anticipándose a la infamia del 29 de noviembre, el Dia de Solidaridad con el Pueblo Palestino estblecido por la ONU, del que me ocuparé el mismo sábado, el Presidente la Asamblea General de la ONU, el delegado por Nicaragua, se encargó de escupir la diatriba anti-israelí que emana de ese organismo en cuanta oportunidad se le presente:

“Today, perhaps we in the United Nations should consider following the lead of a new generation of civil society who are calling for a similar nonviolent campaign,” said D’Escoto, a Nicaraguan diplomat who currently holds the one-year presidency.

“Israeli policies in the Palestinian territories appear so similar to the apartheid of an earlier era, a continent away, and I believe it is very important we in the United Nations use this term,” d’Escoto added. “We must not be afraid to call something for what it is.”

D’Escoto, who told the Post in an exclusive interview last month that he “loved” Israel but disagreed with its policies, explicitly said in his speech that he had “great love for the Jewish people.” He went on to say that the Holocaust and other historical crimes against the Jews did not give Israel “the right to abuse others, especially those who historically have such deep and exemplary relations with the Jewish people.”

Como dice en el Libro de Kohelet cap. 1: “Nada nuevo bajo el sol

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