most visible candidate with regards to criticizing US foreign policy and Israel. state in relation to the Palestinian people (and, indeed, any people it doesn't like) were not surprised at the so-called "video" of what the Israeli government/military (the army has a state!) were declaring was a rocket being loaded into a UN van.
It's par for the course. Diversionary tactics, it's called, serving to deflect attention from the ongoing Israeli atrocities in the Occupied Territories.
The film was sent off to various news agencies around the globe in a deliberate attempt to besmirch the UN's Palestinian relief aid programme, whilst at the same time it was sending its terrorists, masquadering as an army, into Gaza on a killing spree that continues as we speakl
I wasn't the only one who saw this as a blatant attempt to discredit the work of the UN in the Palestinian Territories, and I also realized how dangerous it could be for the UN workers in the area.
Our own CBC's Middle East correspondent, Adrienne Arsenault, showed up on our Sunday newscast on the same evening, pushing a microphone in the face of Unrwa Head, Peter Hansen, and demanded to know if there were Hamas members on the UN payroll.
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