Dozens of Palestinians threw shoes, sticks and stones at U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon's convoy as it crossed into the Gaza Strip on Thursday, protesting against what they saw as a slight against Palestinians jailed in Israel.How about that; he sees nothing wrong with Islamists carrying on with that dismal belief that shoe-throwing is an insult, and no matter how much they might despise him, he's still willing to be a dhimmi.
No one was injured during the hostile welcome and the vehicles, which crossed into the Hamas-ruled territory from southern Israel, pushed through the crowd and sped away.
Ban is visiting the region to try to restart long-stalled Israeli-Palestinian peace talks.
"I thank the people of Gaza for the warm welcome," he told a news conference, provoking laughter among local journalists. "I met many people who were waiting for me at the entrance."
Thursday, February 02, 2012
Shoe and stone throwing greet the UN convoy in Gaza
Ban Ki-Moon's convoy, on their visit to Gaza today, received quite a welcome from the Islamists they're so obsessed with appeasing:
Posted by Avi Green at 10:18 AM