United Nations Special Coordinator for the Middle East, Robert H. Serry, center, visits Palestinian families a day after they were evicted from their house in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Sheikh Jarrah, Monday, Aug. 3, 2009. Israeli police evicted two Palestinian families in east Jerusalem on Sunday, then allowed Jewish settlers to move into their homes, drawing criticism from Palestinians, the United Nations and the State Department.(AP Photo/Bernat Armangue)
So after the world meddles in an internal Israeli matter that went through a free democratic country's legal system - all the way to the Supreme Court - the UN must explicitly show it's misplaced sympathy and concern. When was the last time the UN visited people in Sderot, or victims and families from any of the homicide bombers or... you get my point.