U.N. Ambassador Submits Complaint

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CBNNews.com - Israeli United Nations Ambassador Dan Gillerman submitted an official letter of complaint to UN officials concerning the terror attack at the Nahal Oz fuel depot, which took the lives of two Israelis.

In a letter to UN Secretary General Ban ki-Moon and Security Council President Jagdish Koonjul, Gillerman pointed out the irony of the Palestinian attack on the conduit of food, fuel and medical supplies to Palestinian residents of the Gaza Strip.

"Excellency, I write to inform you of yet another vicious Palestinian terrorist attack that resulted in the deaths of two Israeli citizens. Today's attack proves once again that the terrorists in Gaza not only wish to harm Israelis. They also want to harm the civilian infrastructure that allows for any semblance of normal life in the Gaza Strip," Gillerman wrote.

"While Israel facilitates the entry of humanitarian aid into the Gaza Strip, the terrorists cynically attack those very crossing points," he said.

"In the past 24 hours alone, more than 127 trucks carrying medical equipment, diapers and basic food products were transferred from Israel to the Palestinian population in Gaza, via these crossing points, while at the same time more than 50 rockets and mortars were fired at Israel, in addition to the murder of two Israelis at the fuel terminal," the letter stated.

"The terrorists seek to kill as many Israelis as possible and sabotage any prospect for Israeli-Palestinian coexistence, as embodied in the crossing arrangements. Israel holds Hamas fully responsible for these attacks and their consequences. The terrorists who attacked the fuel terminal today are trying to undermine any effort to achieve peace and thereby harm the lives and welfare of the residents of Gaza as well," Gillerman wrote.

Source: YNet news service

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