Naturally the Israeli Foreign Ministry agreed and sent 100 police to the island. I suppose it makes sense considering the Israelis are the ones operating the go-to field hospital there, treating around 400 people so far. It would most likely be more if there were clear roads, and no aftershocks, which are creating even greater problems than already existed.
It will no doubt be debated if Israel is acting like a lapdog seeking approval from the UN master, or simply doing what Israel typically does: put politics aside to save lives. I'll go with the latter on this one. But I have to wonder, how long will it be before Ban Ki-Moon demands the Israeli police be charged with war crimes? I mean, isn't he afraid they'll start eating babies or something?
Hang on folks...the OMV Megadouche 5000 Hypocrisy Meter may just go Chernobyl on this one.