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Useless Nations

Pity the poor fools at the UN, who've been told by the Lebanese Army that they may not enter the Palestinian camp hiding Fatah al-Islam (and thusly re-arm the terrorists who are currently surrounded within its confines):

An UNRWA truck loaded with an electricity generator, part of a convoy of food supplies and drinking water, is stopped by the Lebanese army who said it was too dangerous to enter, at the entrance of the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr el-Bared in the north city of Tripoli, Lebanon Tuesday, May 22, 2007. Artillery and machine gun fire echoed around a crowded Palestinian refugee camp for a third straight day Tuesday, while angry Palestinians burned car tires in two other camps in an ominous sign that the trouble could spread across Lebanon. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)


News flash for the UN: Stop supporting people who support terror. An increase in world peace will follow.
A UNRWA convoy of trucks carrying food supplies and drinking water is stopped by the Lebanese army who said it was was too dangerous to enter, at the entrance of the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr el-Bared in the north city of Tripoli, Lebanon Tuesday, May 22, 2007. Artillery and machine gun fire echoed around a crowded Palestinian refugee camp for a third straight day Tuesday, while angry Palestinians burned car tires in two other camps in an ominous sign that the trouble could spread across Lebanon. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)


UNRWA trucks loaded with food supplies and drinking water are stopped by the Lebanese army who aid it was too dangerous to enter, at the entrance of the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr el-Bared in the north city of Tripoli, Lebanon Tuesday, May 22, 2007. Artillery and machine gun fire echoed around a crowded Palestinian refugee camp for a third straight day Tuesday, while angry Palestinians burned car tires in two other camps in an ominous sign that the trouble could spread across Lebanon. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)


A Lebanese army soldier checks UNRWA trucks loaded with food supplies and drinking water that was stopped by the army, who said it was too dangerous to enter, at the entrance of the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr el-Bared in the north city of Tripoli, Lebanon Tuesday, May 22, 2007. Artillery and machine gun fire echoed around a crowded Palestinian refugee camp for a third straight day Tuesday, while angry Palestinians burned car tires in two other camps in an ominous sign that the trouble could spread across Lebanon. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)


A Lebanese army soldier stops UNRWA trucks loaded with food supplies and drinking water, after the army said it was too dangerous to enter, at the entrance of the Palestinian refugee camp of Nahr el-Bared in the north city of Tripoli, Lebanon Tuesday, May 22, 2007. Artillery and machine gun fire echoed around a crowded Palestinian refugee camp for a third straight day Tuesday, while angry Palestinians burned car tires in two other camps in an ominous sign that the trouble could spread across Lebanon. (AP Photo/Nasser Nasser)


Lebanese soldiers gesture at United Nation aid convoys arriving at Nahr al-Bared refugee camp in northern Lebanon May 22, 2007. Lebanese troops trying to flush out Islamist militants shelled a Palestinian refugee camp for a third day on Tuesday before a fragile truce took hold, allowing aid trucks to reach civilians trapped there. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)


A United Nations employee talks on his mobile phone as he arrives with an aid convoy to Nahr al-Bared refugee camp in northern Lebanon May 22, 2007. Lebanese troops trying to flush out Islamist militants shelled a Palestinian refugee camp for a third day on Tuesday before a fragile truce took hold, allowing aid trucks to reach civilians trapped there. REUTERS/Jamal Saidi (LEBANON)


A U.N employee carries bread for Palestinians in Nahr al-Bared refugee camp in northern Lebanon May 22, 2007. Lebanese tanks and artillery battered a Palestinian refugee camp where Islamist militants are holed up for a third day on Tuesday, amid growing concern for the plight of 40,000 civilians trapped there. REUTERS/ Mohamed Azakir (LEBANON)

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