Cubazuela and the Gaza crisis

Avigdor Lieberman
Avigdor Lieberman

Israel’s Foreign Minister met today with the Secretary General of the United Nations, Ban Ki Moon.

Among the many pressing items discussed, the issue of Cubazuela’s role in this conflict stood out.

The Castro Kingdom has long been a vociferous enemy of Israel.  Now that it has annexed Venezuela, the shouting has increased in volume, especially at the United Nations.

But those who know the real score are not fooled by its loudness.

“The Middle East is currently in the midst of a huge tsunami – not because of what is happening in Gaza, but because of events in Syria, Iraq, Libya and elsewhere. This reality is not reflected in some of the United Nations bodies, such as the Human Rights Council, where such states as Cuba and Venezuela approve resolutions condemning Israel.”

“We will continue to fight terror and continue to fight the hypocrisy and anti-Semitism of bodies such as the UNHRC. When countries such as Cuba, Venezuela and the like, who do not know the concept of human rights, point an accusing finger towards us, it is a sign that we are doing the right things.”

–Avigdor Lieberman, Israel’s Foreign Minister



4 thoughts on “Cubazuela and the Gaza crisis

  1. I would like someone to explain to me why the U.N. remains in NYC, in America.
    Please send this monstrosity to Cuba or Gaza or some place more suitable and take out of it representation of all of the free countries in the world and make a new U.N. for them.

  2. Antonio2009, yes Netanyahu says a lot of things that perplex me, like how wonderful the relationship is with Obama and the U.S.
    Diplomats say things out loud that they may not mean in reality. Perhaps Cuba that week did something good for Israel. Who knows why people say anything these days?

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