Earlier Al-Masdar News reported on the UN’s outrage on the illegal Israeli settlements in Palestine.

This highlight by UN chief Ban Ki-moon created a reaction by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

“The secretary-general’s remarks provide a tailwind for terrorism. There is no justification for terrorism. Those Palestinians who murder do not want to build a state, they want to destroy a state and they say this openly,”  Netanyahu said.

Netanyahu then accused Palestinians of anti-Semitism as the motive for the attacks on Israel rather then Tel Aviv’s policy of moving half a million settlers since the 1960’s into the West Bank and East Jerusalem and the virtual open air prison that is Gaza.

“They want to murder Jews for being Jews and they say this openly. They do not murder for peace and they do not murder for human rights,” he said, while also accusing the UN of bias.

“The United Nations long ago lost its neutrality and its moral force, and the secretary-general’s remarks do not improve its standing,” Netanyahu added.

His statements completely overlooks the attempted demographic change that Israel is moving towards in East Jerusalem and the West Bank.

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