Palestine – Ki-Moon meeting with Palestinian leaders

The UN, the same guys that accepted the ’67 invasion of Israel, the ones that had to close down their reports because of the Zionazis… Oh well. Hopefully this goes well.

The UN secretary general is meeting Palestinian leaders at the beginning of a mission to press for a resumption of talks between them and the Israelis.

Ban Ki-Moon’s first stop was in the West Bank town of Ramallah, where he met PM Salam Fayyad. He is to see the Israeli president Shimon Peres later.

Israel’s controversial plan to build 1,600 more homes in East Jerusalem has provoked the latest round of diplomacy.

The Palestinian leadership has said the plan is an obstacle to resuming talks.

It has been strongly criticised by the Quartet of the US, Russia, the EU and the UN.

Israel announced last week it had granted permission for the new homes in the Ramat Shlomo area of East Jerusalem, occupied by Israel since 1967.

Speaking before his arrival on Saturday, Mr Ban said: “Recalling that the annexation of East Jerusalem is not recognised by the international community, the Quartet… condemns the decision by the government of Israel to advance planning for new housing units in East Jerusalem.”

Mr Ban stated the goal of an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement – including a Palestinian state – within two years.

The last time Mr Ban came to Israel was in the immediate aftermath of Israel’s military operation against Gaza 14 months ago.


One Response to Palestine – Ki-Moon meeting with Palestinian leaders

  1. John Brown says:

    The UN was also the guys that made Goldstone, in which thousands of Zionazis cried on how it was anti-semitic. Go figure.

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