UN declines to condemn Hezbollah’s terror tunnels

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YNet News: The United Nations Security Council on Wednesday failed to officially condemn Hezbollah’s terror tunnels stretching from Lebanon into northern Israel, despite hours of debate and censure from multiple countries.

Israeli Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon said the information Israel provided to UNIFIL, the UN’s peacekeepers in Lebanon, had been passed to the Lebanese Army, which then passed it to Hezbollah that then attempted to conceal the tunnels on the Lebanese side.

He added that Hezbollah planned to use the tunnels to carry out a five-point attack on Israeli civilians at five different locations in the Galilee. He also displayed an image of a tunnel located near the Lebanese village of Kfar Kila that ran directly under the feet of the UNIFIL troops, claiming that there were areas where the peacekeepers could not go. more …

The United Nations Security Council (Photo: AP)

Opinion: Take a look at our headline from December 7, 2018:

December 7, 2018: Jewish Press “US Resolution to Condemn Hamas Voted Down AT UN General Assembly”

That the United Nations is all in for Hamas and Hezbollah is no longer a surprise for Israel. But think about how these two headlines are validating the terror groups and their sponsors:

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Now, factor in yesterday’s Times of Israel headline:

December 20, 2018, Times of Israel: “Trump Pullout From Syria Leaves Israel To Battle Iran’s Likely Resurgence”

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“Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation, That the name of Israel may be remembered no more.” Psalm 83:4

(See more on Psalm 83 here)

1 COMMENT

  1. Like pieces of a puzzle. Put this one here. Put that one there. It is almost complete. The edges are together and the middle is coming together.
    I saw a story today about Germany being upset that we did not consult them before we decided to pull out of Syria.
    Apparently they are providing aerial surveillance for someone involved.
    Since we are pulling out, maybe the EU will send in troops adding more players to the field.

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