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    Palestinian Conflict Takes a Pointedly Different Tone From Its Conservative Predecessor

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    Palestinian Conflict Takes a Pointedly Different Tone From Its Conservative Predecessor Empty Palestinian Conflict Takes a Pointedly Different Tone From Its Conservative Predecessor

    Post by Lobo Mon 25 Jan 2016, 7:05 pm

    New Canadian Government’s Statement on Israeli-Palestinian Conflict Takes a Pointedly Different Tone From Its Conservative Predecessor
    Jan. 25, 2016 1:08pm Sharona Schwartz

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    The government of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau released a statement Sunday on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, prompting a Conservative senator to declare that Canada is “back…to moral equivalence.”
    Palestinian Conflict Takes a Pointedly Different Tone From Its Conservative Predecessor Stephane-Dion-300x188
    Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Stephane Dion (Image source: YouTube)
    Canadian Minister of Foreign Affairs Stephane Dion’s statement addressed the wave of nearly daily violent attacks Israel has been facing since September but never once pointed to Palestinians as the assailants, instead appearing to call on Israel to “reduce violence and incitement.”
    The Times of Israel reported that this was the first official statement addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict issued by the Liberal Party’s new Canadian government.
    The effort at balance by Dion’s statement stood in stark contrast to the decidedly pro-Israel position of the previous Canadian government headed by Conservative Prime Minister Stephen Harper who once told Israelis that “through fire and water, Canada will stand with you.”
    Canadian Sen. Linda Frum, who serves as the head of the Senate Conservative Caucus, was not impressed and took to Twitter to blast her country’s “moral equivalence” and lack of concern over the true source of violence:
    http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/01/25/new-canadian-governments-statement-on-israeli-palestinian-conflict-takes-a-pointedly-different-tone-from-its-conservative-predecessor/?utm_source=TheBlaze.com&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=story&utm_content=new-canadian-governments-statement-on-israeli-palestinian-conflict-takes-a-pointedly-different-tone-from-its-conservative-predecessor

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