Dave Molina (7 June 2011)
"Ban Ki-moon warns that violence on Syrian the frontier jeopardizes long-held cease-fire, urges restraint from both sides."


 
Question- If the North Koreans were attempting to cut through fences and infiltrate South Korea for the purpose of rioting, murder etc, do you think he would be calling on both sides to exercise restraint? Me think not!!!!  Pathetic hypocrite!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


    
UN head airs 'deep concern' over Naksa Day clashes
By JPOST.COM STAFF
06/06/2011     
Ban Ki-moon warns that violence on Syrian the frontier jeopardizes long-held cease-fire, urges restraint from both sides.
 
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on Monday expressed "deep concern" over Naksa Day clashes that took place between IDF soldiers and pro-Palestinian protesters attempting to infiltrate Israel's borders on Sunday, AFP reported. He called on all parties involved in the Israeli-Arab conflict to exercise "maximum restraint."

"The secretary-general regrets the loss of life, and extends his condolences to the families of the victims," said a statement by Ban's spokesman. Syria claimed 23 activists were killed, and 350 were wounded, in the clashes to commemorate the Palestinian “Naksa,” or “setback” of the 1967 Six-Day War on Sunday, although the numbers could not be verified. The IDF rejected the reports of 23 deaths as "exaggerated," Army Radio reported on Monday.