Katsav: Resolution 1559 ignored

July 24, 2006 19:47


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President Moshe Katsav criticized the international community for turning a blind eye to the incompletion of UN Security Council's Resolution 1559, Monday, at a visit to town-under-fire, Kiryat Shmona. Katsav recognized world leaders' support for Israel's reaction to Hizbullah's latest terror. Katsav suggested that leaders had perhaps made decisions in the past that were poorly thought out, pinpointing Israel's last pullout from Lebanon and the strengthening of Hamas terror over the last few years. He gently added that "sometimes it is better to act with poor judgment, rather than act with no judgment at all."

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