U.N. leader’s visit to Iran is an outrage

Steve Huntley of the Chicago Sun-Times suggests that U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon’s visit to Iran sends the wrong message and damages prospects for a more peaceful world.

Here’s an excerpt:

The argument for Ban to go is that this constitutes a meeting of a lot of nations — 120 — from the U.N.’s biggest voting bloc. The argument against his attendance — and the resulting prestige it bestows on a rogue regime — is one of simple morality. As the Geneva-based monitoring group U.N. Watch put it, “Diplomacy cannot trump decency.”

Read the rest here.


Author: Stand For Israel | August 24, 2012
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  • Erick
    August 27, 2012
    1:51 pm
     

    No one like God of ISRAEL.ALL POWER AND AUTHORITY IN LAND ISRAEL,I PRAY FOR GOD OF ISRAEL.

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  • Pricila
    August 25, 2012
    6:17 pm
     

    Anyway, who ever become U.S Secretary for sure they all the same. doesn’t care about Israel, But who care’s as long as the God of Israel cares for them, that’s all matters,God blessed Israel..

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    • lily
      August 27, 2012
      5:01 pm
       

      to precila — you are very right. when Israel is surranded by all nation, It ia written that at that time -our lord Jesus Christ will set his feet on mount Olives and will destroy Isreal’s eninmie Amen — Lily

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  • Pricila
    August 25, 2012
    6:14 pm
     

    When is his position end? when is the next election for U.N. Secretary? Is people around the world have a right to vote and choose who they want to be a U.N. Secretary. You know what I mean.

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  • Aliza
    August 25, 2012
    3:42 pm
     

    The U.N. leader doesnt understand is that noboday can deal with the Arab country. If they disagree, the most likely to be harmed or killed.

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  • sandra
    August 24, 2012
    2:47 pm
     

    Seems as though most of the world is now going against Israel. Bible prophecies indicate things of this nature. No nation, no man will come up against God and win. We must ask God for continued wisdom and direction and in due time the enemy will be defeated !

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  • dale
    August 24, 2012
    2:32 pm
     

    he as a leader of the u n has the right to visit any nation that is a member of the u n hope his visit helps the world from a war between two nations that both have a lot to lose

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  • Frances
    August 24, 2012
    12:36 pm
     

    The U.N. has always been anti-Israel. I am not Jewish, but, in my mind, to be anti-Israel is synonomous with being anti-Semetic. No doubt Moon will return from his “visit” with yet more resolutions and criticisms of Israel.

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