A member of the Popular Resistance Committees militant group stands guard in front of anti-Israel mural during a graduation ceremony in Gaza November 21, 2008. Palestinian armed groups in Gaza remain committed to a truce with Israel if the Jewish state reciprocates, Hamas’ Gaza leader said on Friday, even as militants launched more attacks from the coastal territory. (REUTERS/Suhaib Salem)
Mere Rhetoric reported:
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This Monday, November 24th, the UN will commemorate its annual International Day of Solidarity with the Palestinian People with a film depicting Jews as Nazi-equivalents and a public exhibit mourning the sixty years of Israel’s existence. “The event is an annual reminder that the UN’s real agenda is to delegitimize the birth – and the perseverance – of the state of Israel,” said Anne Bayefsky, Editor of EYEontheUN.org. Monday’s observance marks November 29, 1947 – the day that the UN voted to establish a Jewish and an Arab state in Palestine – a decision accepted by the Jews and rejected by the Arabs.
Meanwhile… Gaza militants have continued to launch daily rocket attacks into Israel for the past 17 days.