The United Nations Hezbollah Protection Force (@UN Thats you)

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By Joseph Klein

_65869983_hezgettyThe United Nations Security Council adopted Resolution 1701 in August 2006, which brought about an end to the 34-day war between Israel and Hezbollah in Lebanon. The resolution called on the Lebanese government to “secure its borders and other entry points to prevent the entry in Lebanon without its consent of arms or related materiel” and authorized the peacekeepers of the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (‘UNIFIL”) to assist the government of Lebanon to accomplish this objective “at its request.”

Resolution 1701 also required “disarmament of all armed groups in Lebanon” except for “the Lebanese State.” The disarmament was intended to include Hezbollah.

In addition, UNIFIL was mandated to “assist the Lebanese armed forces in taking steps towards the establishment, between the Blue Line [the UN published border demarcation between Lebanon and Israel] and the Litani river, of an area free of any armed personnel, assets…

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Palestinian official threatens to nuke Israel

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“Moderate” “Palestinian” official: “I swear that if we had a nuke, we’d have used it this very morning”

Note that these are “moderate” PA officials — members of Abbas’s government — the one that Obama tells the Israelis is a true partner for peace. “Senior PA official praises murderer and another official swears: ‘If we had a nuke, we’d have used it this very morning,'” by Itamar Marcus and Nan Jacques Zilberdik for Palestinian Media Watch, May 8:

Two senior Palestinian Authority officials praised the use of violence against Israel last week.Senior PA official Sultan Abu Al-Einein expressed his open support for the murderer who killed Evyatar Borovsky, an Israeli who was stabbed to death by Palestinian terrorist Salam Al-Zaghal while he was waiting for a ride.

Abu Al-Einein, who was until recently an advisor holding the rank of minister to PA Chairman Mahmoud Abbas and who was subsequently…

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