Palestine Faces Grave Threat From “Climate Change”

Not terrorism, the continued growth of Islamism, poverty, reprehensible Palestinian politicians, graft, theft, hate for Jews within the Palestinian community. Nope. Climate change

Palestine Faces Grave Climate Threat, But Lacks Voice At UN Talks

Few conflicts generate as much heat and rage as the ongoing tussle between Israel and Palestine.

Peace appears as far away as ever, after the recent collapse of US-led talks, and the 2014 Gaza war.

The two nations face an added, unseen and growing threat – that could heighten tensions yet further.

Rising global temperatures are likely to make drought in the region more common, a UN panel of scientists reported in 2014.

Except for that pesky 18+ year Pause.

That at least is what Katbeh-Bad is hoping for. But he faces an additional problem – because it’s not recognized internationally as a state, Palestine is not a party to talks at the UN’s climate convention.

It’s just an observer, and this means it cannot yet participate fully in the talks. Instead envoys watch on from the sidelines and channel concerns through colleagues in the Arab Group and G77.

It’s a situation he describes as “unfair”, but one that could change this year.

In July 2014 the UN informed Katbeh-Bad that Palestine had the right to become a full member of the UN’s climate body should it apply.

Notice how statehood for terrorists is linked with “climate change”. Progressives have hated Israel (and Jews) for a long time now, and have pushed for statehood for Palestinians equally as long. Now both are apparently going to use Hotcoldwetdry to move the process forward. They are already a part of UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization), and joining the climate wackiness would further help in pushing statehood.

It would also mean that the US would stop funding the UN climate body, due to laws passed in the 1990’s. The US has already suspended funding to UNESCO in 2011 over Palestinians being a part of that body. So, I’m torn. On one hand, investing more involvement to Palestinians gives this terrorist terrorist one step up the ladder towards UN recognized statehood. On the other hand, it would mean that the UN would lose vast amounts of funding towards their climate change power push.

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5 Responses to “Palestine Faces Grave Threat From “Climate Change””

  1. John says:

    Teach all of those problems are true
    However it is also true that Israel has been illegally occupying and is in control of the land
    If it is the intention of the state of Israel to continue to occupy and annex land then it is too Israel”s advantage thst hhe current conditions continue so thst the occupation and annexations can continue
    Israel should be TRYINGNTO bills and support Palestine if it doesn’t instability and radicalism will continue

  2. Jeffery says:


    The author didn’t claim that global warming was the ONLY threat. Also, you forgot to include Israel as a threat.

    There is no pause. The Earth continues to warm.

    Israel has invested billions in desalination. Why do you think that is?

    Of course, desalination to combat the droughts from global warming also requires huge amounts of energy – and if this energy comes from fossil fuels it’s a fool’s errand. Obviously, it needs to come from renewable energy sources.

  3. Kevin says:

    A friend of mine in Hamas said that if we wanted to end the problem of climate change, all we’d really have to do is kick all of the Jews into the sea and give the land to the Palestinians.

    He was light on the scientific details though.

  4. JGlanton says:

    Awwww, too bad the Palis destroyed all those food-growing greenhouses that the Jews built for them before pulling out of Gaza. Because they were touched by the hand of Joooo’s. All their efforts go into building rockets instead of building a self-reliant agricultural infrastructure. So if the weather gets bad, they will have to rely on, gasp, the Jooooo’s for food.

  5. Deserttrek says:

    Israel is not doing anything wrong… the arabs who claim to be a non existent group should petition their arab brothers to take them back … I am sure isis needs bodies so to speak…..very few have a legitimate claim to anything and those arabs who chose to stay in Israel in the creation of the country are doing well

    the arab child abusers and murderers are backed by their counterparts in the USA and the western world

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