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48 countries condemn Iranian attack on Israel: A pattern of dangerous actions.
In joint statement, the Permanent Representatives of 48 countries at the UN condemn Iran’s drone and missile attack on Israel: It could have caused significant damage and loss of life.

Israel National News, Apr 18, 2024, 4:54 AM (GMT+3)

The Permanent Representatives of 48 countries at the United Nations on Wednesday issued a joint statement condemning Iran’s drone and missile attack on Israel.

“We unequivocally condemn the April 13 attacks by the Islamic Republic of Iran and its militant partners on the State of Israel, which involved launching several hundred ballistic missiles, cruise missiles and attack drones against multiple targets, and note this large-scale attack could have caused significant damage and loss of life,” the statement said.

“We further condemn the fact that the weapons launched at Israel violated the airspace of several regional states, putting at risk the lives of innocent people in those countries, and appeared to traverse airspace near holy sites in Jerusalem,” it added.

“We welcome the efforts to avert a further immediate escalation of violence in the region, following the successful coordinated efforts to defend against Iran’s attack.”

“We condemn Iran’s unlawful seizure of a Portuguese flagged commercial ship near the Strait of Hormuz on April 13 and call on Iran to release the ship and its international crew immediately.”

“We note that Iran’s escalatory attack is the latest in a pattern of dangerous and destabilizing actions by Iran and its militant partners that pose a grave threat to international peace and security,” the envoys said.

They called “on all regional parties to take steps to avert further escalation of the situation and demand that all Council resolutions be fully implemented. We will strengthen our diplomatic cooperation to work toward resolving all tensions in the region.”

The statement was signed by the envoys of the United States, Albania, Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Croatia, Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Ecuador, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Federated States of Micronesia, Palau, Papua New Guinea, Poland, Portugal, the Republic of Korea, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, and the United Kingdom.

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No, the people disrupting traffic Monday are not "pro-Palestine".
The local news media all get it wrong.

There protesters are not "pro-Palestinian."

If they were "pro-Palestinian," they would protest how terribly Lebanon treats its Palestinian "guests."

If they were "pro-Palestinian," they would protest how Egypt doesn't let any Gazans desperate to leave to enter Egypt without paying hefty bribes.

If they were "pro-Palestinian," they would have protested how Syria besieged and starved Palestinians at Yarmouk camp.

If they were "pro-Palestinian," they would protest Palestinian laws that are officially anti-women and anti-gay.

When thousands of Palestinian Arabs were killed during Black September in 1971, there were no crowds protesting at Jordanian embassies.

When hundreds of thousands of Palestinian Arabs were expelled from Kuwait in a single week in 1991, there were no rallies supporting them.

When Hamas and Fatah fought in Gaza in 2007, none of these activists called for a "cease fire."

There has not been a single pro-Palestinian protest since October 7, or even for years beforehand. They are all anti-Israel.

The two are not synonymous.

Being anti-Israel does not mean you are pro-peace, pro-Palestinian, or anti-war. It means you are against human rights for Jews.

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