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Originally posted by kro32
reply to post by SpeachM1litant
Not at all and that's the way the world works. If you want my house and I want to keep it we will both use the resources available to us. You will start moving your furniture in and I will call the police and you will go to jail so I will win.
When America wanted the land from the Indians they simply moved in and used the resources available to them. The Indians tried their various methods to keep their land but failed.
When America wanted it's independence it fought with the British and both sides brought all the resources they have and one side was the winner the other was the loser.
Let Israel and Palestine fight for it and do whatever they can to win and at the end of the day the situation will be over with one side laying claim to all of Israel.
It's the way the world works and always has.
Originally posted by SpeachM1litant
reply to post by gravitational
Nice to see you back to your usual trickery, but it was originally an Arab city and the pre-June 1967 borders do not incoporate East Jerusalem. I am a rational person so I won't say your re-writing history but I will say your omiting parts of history and facts that you don't like. Nice to see Israel taking the first steps to peace... you know building a few more houses illegaly even when they know this does nothing but delegitimize the peace process. Where is Yitzhak Rabin when you need him?edit on 12-8-2011 by SpeachM1litant because: (no reason given)
Two State Solution remains the only acceptable resolution for vast majority of Israelis and Palestinians: Despite reports that support for a two state solution is waning, 78% of Israelis and 74% of Palestinians are willing to accept a two state solution. Majorities on both sides support a negotiated peace: 71% of Palestinians and 77% of Israelis feel negotiations are “Essential” or “Desirable”. 78% of Palestinians and 74% of Israelis feel that that a peace agreement which leads to both states living side by side as good neighbors to be “essential or desirable.” Wide support for a civic engagement on peace agreement: 96% of Palestinians and 58% of Israelis deem a referendum “essential” or “desirable”. 74% of Palestinians and 58% of Israelis feel that it is “essential” or “desirable” that civil society get more involved in the peace process, and 94% of Palestinians and 74% of Israelis find it “essential” or “desirable” that the people be kept informed on progress in negotiations.
Just as you are when you posted that survey from the Jpost (a source with no inherent bias according to you). I have a source that disputes your "survey".
“You stated that the survey was conducted on West Bank Palestinians when it incoporated 656 from the West Bank and 353 from Gaza. Another lie.”
“Anyway, how exactly does prolonging an unpopular occupation which only inflames anti-Israeli sentiment, help keep Israel safe.”
“Most of the population of Jordan and Egypt were both against establishing a bilateral peace treaty with Israel.”
" It is a new country established in the heart of the Arab world and it wont be accepted quickly, however overtime it will be unless it continues to destabilize the region and prolong anti-Israel sentiment.”
They shouldn't have attacked Israel in the first place.
Judea and Samaria are not only Historical Jewish lands,
but also serve as a buffer zone.
And yet, the “palestinian” leaders refuse for any compromise.
Oh, talking like a true ignorant propagandist now. So Israel is to blame for destabilizing the region.