“The “it” they referred to is shown in two of the pictures Paul took. One shows two flagpoles flying about fifteen feet apart at the U.N. compound on the Israel-Lebanon border. On one flagpole, to the left of the picture, is the blue U.N. flag. On the other flies the yellow flag of the terrorist group Hezbollah. The unmistakable symbol on the Hezbollah flag is the upheld fist holding an AK-47. The other picture is of a billboard that faces an Israeli outpost. It shows a Hezbollah fighter holding up the severed head of an Israeli soldier. The caption, as I have been told, says something like, “death to the Israeli dogs.”
Paul and John assured the Israelis that America didn’t know about these depraved displays. Now the word is out, and we cannot tolerate it.
The time has come to stop the U.N.’s game of coddling terrorists.