Israeli Ambassador in Sofia Shaul Kamisa-Raz on Friday thanked Bulgaria for its "principled position" in connection with Palestine's bid to become a non-member observer State in the UN.
As expected, the UN General Assembly voted Thursday evening to upgrade the Palestinian status. Bulgaria abstained from voting.
In a statement sent to the Balkan country, Kamisa-Raz has noted that UN's decision was "merely symbolic", since the UN does not have the power to determine a country's status or recognize countries....
Now under the eyes of the World Body, the United Nations, the Palestinian issue will be looked very closely and watch the intentions of the Palestinian doctrine toward Israel.
The admission as a observer of Palestinian Soverieign Rights has a double edge sword.
"Israel Thanks...", no wonder, but Mr. Mladenov' "Bulgaria supports the legitimate demands of the Palestinian people..."- in pair with ""The main reason for our decision is our conviction that the proposed resolution would not improve the situation" & "Our principled position is against unilateral actions by either side"-puzzles. Look, there are
some obvious things: (1)Palestinians have the right on their State. Fact. (2)Children are not responsible for their parents' idiocy in 1948 (rejection of The Partition Plan by Arab leaders and the following war against the newly formed state of Israel) (3)Izrael will NEVER come to
the agreement with Palestinians- about territory, borders and capital of Palestina-without World community' pressure. (4)UN Recognition of Palestine as the Observer State is the element-small but important-of
the above pressure. (5)USA' leaders &Co support not searhing for
peace solution (which means, sure, the pressure on Izrael) but the
existing tension in that region. Actually they sow the wind. They
stubbornly sow the wind.
...and also about Your "principled position... against unilateral actions by either side", Mr.Mladenov: what is that very "unilateral actions"?
138 UN members' vote [in favor of Palestine' new status]? Or Izrael'
decision to construct 3,000 new apartments in the West Bank and east Jerusalem, i.e. on the occupied territories? Look, even USA is
shocked and condemns it. Do You, Mr.Mladenov? Any correction of
Your "principled position"?
One should look at building settlements in the West Bank by Israel as a form of coexistance and regional harmony.
It seems we are prisoners to doctrine and propoganda that expansion is military, security but not social and the use of building infrastructure in the settlements, for example hospitals, health units, food security, education and sports.
Now look at intentions of the Palestian and Israeli and maybe we can arrive at harmony through correction.
"One should look at building settlements in the West Bank by Israel as a form of coexistance and regional harmony".......Another version in
the same direction/spirit: "One should look at the total extermination
of Jews by Hitler "as a form of"-not regional, but of:-World Harmony.
One must use the barometer to measure Israeli Settlements with what infrastructure is being introduced and how sustainable will this structure be in relations to socio-economic development, hospitals, schools, sport parks for soccer.
Now if Israel builds a sustainable defense perimeter than one may question intentions between security and safety that must be placed in Israeli borders with protection of its armed forces.
Now Palestinian investments for infrastructure and sustainability tends to disappear with unkown application of funds and failures of Palestinian infrastructure and investment.
Now look closely at the Widow of Arafat, you find her in Paris and Tunisia with her assets and wealth. I wonder how much see got paid to exhume Arafat from the grave.
Maybe looking for gold teeth she had forgotten before the funeral.
It's a great victory for the memory of the Ancient Greek historian
Herodotus, he invented the term Palestine.
The British had only brought the term back into existence
with the Balfour declaration about a Jewish home in 'Palestine'
in the wake of WW1.
What struck me as sad without precedent and with a spiritual flavor that must be articulated by our future Patriarch and Metropolitans.
I have visited the Orthodox Church in Mount Sinai, S. Katherine, looking down in the valley you can see the roads to Gaza, Khan Yunis and Sharm el Sheik. The Bulgarian Orthodox Church has a member at the Monestery, a close friend of Metropolitan Simeon.
Now I traveled to the Negev and on to the West Bank, visiting Bethleham, Hebron and on to Jerusalem visiting many Orthodox Churches that have representatives from the Bulgarian Church.
Now I watch Russia pass arms technology to Syria for protection of the Russian Orthodox Church.
Are we re-Crucifying Jesus in repetition on the date of Nativity?
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