Palestinians Say UN To Vote Thursday On Raising Their UN Status To A Nonmember Observer State

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abbas1The Palestinians said the U.N. General Assembly will vote Thursday afternoon on a resolution raising their status at the United Nations from an observer to a nonmember observer state, a move they believe is an important step toward a two-state solution with Israel.

Unlike the Security Council, there are no vetoes in the General Assembly and the resolution is virtually certain of approval. The world body is dominated by countries sympathetic to the Palestinian cause and the resolution only requires a majority vote for approval. To date, 132 countries – over two-thirds of the U.N. member states – have recognized the state of Palestine.

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{Matzav.com Newscenter}

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  1. fake people with no country ever no language no culture no history before 1973 want to be recognized by the world only inorder to demand rights that they are not entitled to.
    WE PEOPLE IN FLATBUSH BROOKLYN ALSO DEMAND TO BE RECOGNIZED FOR OUR SHWARMA STORES AND MORE BLACK HATS HERE THEN ANY OTHER SECTION.
    This is a truly special unique land of special people that contribute to society.We are getting restless and liable to start throwing matzah balls at the opposite side of the street. WE DEMAND TO BE RECOGNIZED FOR A TRULY SPECIAL FLAVOR OF OUR FAMOUT CHICKEN SOUP.
    FLATBUSH RESIDENTS UNITE

  2. If these animals declare themselves unilaterally as a state, they should be treated as such:

    1. If they are independent, then Israel should cut off all electricity, gas, water, money, and services it supplies to them. You’re on your own, Palestine!

    2. Any rocket attack by the chayas on Israel will be an act of war by one “sovreign” country on another, and should be treated as such. Israel should declare war on Palistine, and retaliate accordingle (i.e., disproportionately).

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