Weighing in on the controversy, Dion Nissenbaum (left), McClatchy's Jerusalem bureau chief, doesn't see the big deal. Nissenbaum writes that Falk's views are "provocative." Actually, Falk's views are loony, absurd, and completely counterproductive to his UN assignment.
UN Watch gets to the point:
"The UN can't claim to oppose Al Qaeda terrorists while its officials seek to deny their most ghastly crimes."Hat tip: Meryl Yourish, photo credit: McClatchydc.com
- UN investigator hired to probe Israel's conduct stands by his comments comparing Israel to Nazis... has a long history of anti-Israel statements