UN’s Moon “alarmed” about Hizb Allah

Posted: May 8, 2009 by Jonathan Boyko in Hezbollah, Terrorism, United Nations

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IT SEEMS THAT UN’s SecGen Ban Ki Moon lacks that enthusiasm some UK’s parliamentarians have regarding Lebanon’s terrorist organization Hizb Allah. UN’s envoy to the region – Terje Roed-Larsen – pronounced Moon’s condemnation of “unwarranted interference in the domestic affairs of Egypt”.

"The government of Egypt has shared with the UN secretary general a number of details concerning the plans, resources and actions of the cell as well and the material and devices confiscated," Roed- Larsen said in the report to the UN Security Council, which met to discuss it.

It cited "alarming reports" that the Iran-backed Hezbollah had received sophisticated military technology in a breach of the UN arms embargo on militias operating in Lebanon in violation of Lebanese sovereignty.

Sadly enough, Moon – or Larsen, for that matter – will have no power to do anything about Hizb Allah’s strengthening, except, maybe, condemn it. Fortunately – for all sides – UN’s impotence in settling conflicts – any conflicts – generates bad reputation for the organization, once seen as a hope for better future.

At the present time, UN – now controlled largely by anti-West elements – is useless and powerless, with some of its members even protecting and praising perpetrators of genocides (such as the one in Darfur).

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