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February 29, 2012 1:53 pm

Israel Ambassador to UN: “Ten Days, Ten Rockets, and Not One Condemnation” (VIDEO)

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Israel Ambassador to UN, Ron Prosor. Photo: UN Multimedia.

Following a recent surge in rocket attacks on Israel origination from the Hamas controlled Gaza Strip, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, Ron Prosor, decided it was time for the UN to stand up and condemn the terrorist acts.

“How long will you continue to be silent? Ten days, ten rockets, and not one condemnation,” Proser wrote in a letter to the UN.

The rocket attacks, in addition to Palestinian rock throwing incidents, put Israeli lives in danger, prompting Proser to tell the UN Security Council that they must act to denounce the violence.

“Ambassador Prosor wrote to Security Council regarding the rockets from Gaza   numerous times in the past and not a single word of condemnation was ever issued. Therefore he decided to write a different letter this time sending a clear message to the members of the Council,” Ambassador Proser’s office told The Algemeiner.

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The Israeli Air Force did respond to the incidents over the past week and a half by bombing targeted areas in Gaza.

“It is time for the Council to speak with one voice and act with one purpose against the terrorists that operate with impunity in the Gaza Strip,” Proser told the UN”

You can view a report by Jewish News One on the Gaza rocket fire targeting Israel, below.

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