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Israel - A Rant


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Ireland and Spain are expected to announce plans to formally recognise a Palestinian state on Wednesday, according to multiple reports, amid warnings from Israel that recognition will “fuel extremism and instability”.

The three Irish government leaders – premier Simon Harris, deputy premier Micheál Martin and minister Eamon Ryan – are due to hold a press conference on Wednesday morning. They had earlier signalled the government would make the move to recognise Palestinian statehood by the end of May.

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Speaking to MPs in congress on Wednesday, Spain’s prime minister, Pedro Sánchez announced that his socialist-led coalition government would recognise the state of Palestine on 28 May.

 

He said his government rejected what he termed “the massacre in Gaza and the rest of the Palestinian territories” and reiterated its demands for a ceasefire and the implementation of the two-state solution.

 

But he also said the time had come for concrete action.

 

“Prime minister Netanyahu is still turning a blind eye and bombing hospitals, schools, homes,” said Sánchez. “He is still using hunger, cold and terror to punish more than a million innocent boys and girls – and things have gone so far that prosecutors at the international criminal court have this week sought his arrest for war crimes.”

 

The Spanish prime minister said that he was in no doubt whatsoever that Netanyahu had “no peace plan for Palestine”, adding that he was causing so much pain, destruction and bitterness in Gaza and the rest of Palestine that the two-state solution was now in serious danger.

 

“Those countries that defend human rights and rule-based international law are obliged to act – in Ukraine and in Palestine – without double standards,” said Sánchez.

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1 minute ago, Section_31 said:

 

All traditionally very solid performers in Eurovision - coincidence? 

 

Pedro Sanchez was later heard to have said "And another thing, those cunts aren't even European. What the fuck are they doing in our singing contests?"

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4 minutes ago, Carradona said:

Israel pulling their evil ambassador out of Ireland. Good riddance, cunt face. 

 

To be fair, he was probably fearing for his life. Wouldn't take long to pack either, he'd have had a suitcase ready by the front door.

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2 hours ago, Mudface said:

 

To be fair, he was probably fearing for his life. Wouldn't take long to pack either, he'd have had a suitcase ready by the front door.

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