The answer is no. Not after all the murder and rape they caused. That said, here's what the prime minister had to say
to the sick Ban-Ki Moon:
Netanyahu, speaking alongside Ban – a persistent critic of Israel's settlement policies – said that the root cause of the continuation of the conflict was not settlement construction but the Palestinian refusal to recognize the Jewish state in any boundary.
"It doesn’t have to do with the settlements," he said at his residence during statements to the press before the meeting. "That's an issue that has to be resolved, but this is not the reason that we have a continual conflict. The conflict preceded the establishment of a single settlement by half a century and when we rooted out all the settlements in Gaza, the attacks continued because of this basic opposition to the Jewish State."
Netanyahu said that it was "important to understand" that the real issues were not if Israel builds a few hundred apartments in Gilo, Ramot or in "urban blocks" that everybody knows, including the Palestinian negotiating team, will be part of Israel in a final agreement.
"The real issue is how to get a demilitarized Palestinian state to finally recognize and accept the one and only Jewish State," he said.
Netanyahu called on Ban to look into what he said was the abuse of UNRWA camps in Gaza which was running "peace camps" that were actually being used to "instill the culture of hatred and the ideas of destroying Israel amidst Palestinian children. It’s very hard to habituate and prepare the next generation for peace when they’re told that Jews are the descendents of pigs and monkeys and that the Jewish State has no right to exist, so I trust that you will make sure that these abuses of UN goals and UN funds does not continue."
I have a feeling that though he alluded to one of the worst verses in the Koran, the prime motivation for their hatred, he still failed to reference it clearly. In that case, how does he expect to change anything? If he won't cite the Koran as the root cause of the problem, then he's failed to make a difference.
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