Sayeeda Warsi: the United Kingdom cannot find the words in the face of clear atrocities to say “… we condemn this”

Sayyeda Warsi, Minister of State in the Coalition Government, could not accept the fact that the United Kingdom abstained from voting for the resolution that international law should apply in the Palestinian Territories. To see the vote result on UN TV for the 22nd July open link:

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In her interview with Channel 4 News we learn that George Osborne had said to Baroness Warsi “… your resignation was frankly unnecessary…”, where Warsi noted that “George is a very good friend of the Israeli government…”, a position which he signally failed to use to everyone’s interest.

Warsi also noted that many conservative MPs were increasingly disturbed by Israel’s actions, and their party’s stance on Gaza. On this note I can add that this applies even to some who have traditionally been pro-Israeli, and on this open link:

http://www.thejc.com/news/uk-news/121083/pro-israel-mp-margot-james-says-action-gaza-disproportionate