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En la ONU, glorificar el terrorismo es fácil

escrito por Luis I. Gómez 9 julio, 2008

Y si no lo creen, pregúntenselo a Ryad Mansour, Observador Permanente de la ONU en Palestina, quien escribe una carta a la Asamblea General sobre las “acciones ilegales israelíes” y proporciona una lista de “mártires palestinos”. No le han despedido, no le han reprochado el acto de propaganda. Nada de eso. Supongo que la carta será leída en el pleno y aplaudida por la mayoría de los asistentes.

A lo que iba: quiénes son esos “mártires de la causa palestina”? Nos lo cuentan en Eye on de UN (donde llego vía WadiBlog):

Glorifying terrorism via the UN. New UN document, distributed by the UN’s Palestinian representative, once again refers to terrorists as “martyrs.” Latest list of “martyrs” includes Fahmi Al-Dardouk, who was killed at the Hawara roadblock while trying to detonate an explosive belt he was wearing. Four pipe charges were found on his body. A group calling itself the Struggle and Return faction of the Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades claimed responsibility for sending the terrorist. Also on the list of “martyrs” is Mohammad Ibrahim Nasr, the suicide bomber who blew up the truck at the entrance to the Erez Crossing carrying 4.5 tons of explosives. A short time later the Israeli Air Force attacked a vehicle near the crossing which had been involved in the attack and was apparently intended to aid the entrance to the crossing and in the abduction of IDF soldiers. Two terrorist organizations, the Jerusalem Battalions of the Palestinian Islamic Jihad (PIJ) and Fatah’s Al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigades, claimed joint responsibility for the attempted attack. Also listed as “martyr” is Mostafa Attallah a Hamas militant.

Ya ven, el uno con cargas explosivas en el cinturón, el otro un conocido terrorista de Hamás, el de más allá un terrorista suicida … vamos, gentes todas muy respetables, ejemplo para la juventud del mundo.

Estamos buenos … Y luego nos extrañamos de las cosdas que hace el PNV con sus “héroes abertzales”, víctimas de la opresión militar española. Ufff.