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8650273_sThe UN is a useless organization supplying jobs around the world. In this weird situation the organization’s “Peace keeping” forces are a bad joke.

The organization sends the poor soldiers to the weirdest places on earth when they can do nothing but sending reports to that high rising building in New York.

A few days ago, Syrian rebels have abducted four UN peacekeepers monitoring a ceasefire line between Syria and the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights

A Syrian rebel group identified as the “Yarmouk martyrs brigade” claimed responsibility for the act, saying the peacekeepers had been detained for their own safety after clashes erupted in the separation zone between Syria and Golan,.

They further said the presence of Syrian government forces threatened the safety of the peacekeepers, as well as “criminal elements” in the area.

The peacekeepers were seized while on patrol near the Syrian village of Jamla,  the same area where 21 Filipino observers were taken and held for three days in March, a UN spokesperson said. The Yarmouk martyrs brigade was also responsible for the March abductions.

And as according to a basic script UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has strongly condemned the detention of the four peacekeepers and called for their immediate release. The UN chief called on all parties “to respect UNDOF’s freedom of movement and safety and security,” as quoted by his spokesman.

The UN Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF) consists of some 1,000 troops and is only equipped with light arms, though the UN deployed additional armored personnel carriers, security equipment and ambulances following the March incident.

The U.S.peacekeeping forces are taking part in a show that has nothing to do with peacekeeping. The only forces that can really keep the peace are armies like those of the U.S. and Russia But these are not mobilized to stop the massacre in Syria and other places. Instead the poor soldiers with the blue vests are sent there as puppets.

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Arie Egozi i-HLS Editor-in-Chief
Arie Egozi
i-HLS Editor-in-Chief