Where's the postbox? <a href=" http://www.vanderhoeven.nl/nl/specializations/solarprojects#breeds ">does zenegra work</a> As with every Secretary-General since the UN was created in 1945, a substantial portion of Hammarskjold’s time was taken up with the Middle East. Hammarskjold had a strong respect for—and intellectual affinity with—Israel’s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion. But in 1956, he wrote a stinging letter over Israel’s disproportionate military responses to provocations from Egypt and Gaza. “You are convinced that acts of retaliation will stop further incidents,” he told Ben-Gurion. “I am convinced they will lead to further incidents. You believe that this way of creating respect for Israel will pave the way for sound co-existence with the Arab peoples. I believe that the policy may postpone indefinitely the time for such co-existence.” With little change in the overall pattern in and around Gaza Strip in the intervening fifty-seven years, it’s not hard to conclude whose analysis turned out to be closer to reality.