A Greater Israel? Faction says no to two-state solution, yes to annexing Palestinian areas

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posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 09:39 AM
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A Greater Israel? Faction says no to two-state solution, yes to annexing Palestinian areas



As Secretary of State John F. Kerry resumes talks here Wednesday in the quest to create “two states for two people,” a vocal faction in Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s government is, more openly than ever, opposing the very idea of a Palestinian state — and putting forward its own plans to take, rather than give away, territory. Ministers in Netanyahu’s ruling coalition and leaders of his party, the Likud, are in revolt against the international community’s long-held consensus that there should be two states between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. In the process, they are seeking to overturn the commitments of every U.S. president since Bill Clinton and at least four Israeli prime ministers, including the current one.


At least some of the claim jumpers in Benny's government has the guts to speak their minds. This is something the Palestinians will never agree to and Israel knows it. It should be obvious to even the most hardcore Israeli supporter the Israel has no interest in peace with Palestine they just want to wipe it off the map.




posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 09:46 AM
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It should be obvious to even the most hardcore Israeli supporter the Israel has no interest in peace with Palestine they just want to wipe it off the map.


And Palestine wants the same for Israel. So they are both equally to blame. Will you be making a thread similar about the PA?



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 10:38 AM
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Carreau
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It should be obvious to even the most hardcore Israeli supporter the Israel has no interest in peace with Palestine they just want to wipe it off the map.


And Palestine wants the same for Israel. So they are both equally to blame. Will you be making a thread similar about the PA?


The Palestinians aren't the claim jumpers here. They are the ones that had their lands stolen from them. Every bit of land that Israel has stolen from Palestine since 1948 should be returned to the Palestinians.



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 11:12 AM
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I think peace will never be achieved as long as there are Israelis and Arabs living aside by each other in a same land...The end of conflicts between Palestinians/Arabs and Israelis would be the end of drama in the ME and I am not so sure if the elites really wish that to happen.



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 12:46 PM
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Claim jumpers, well since Jews have lived on that piece of property for over a 1000 years before the religion of Islam even existed I'm going to go with Palestinians as the "claim jumpers".

But hey don't let a little thing like history get in the way of your bias rant.



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 01:01 PM
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The Palestinians aren't the claim jumpers here. They are the ones that had their lands stolen from them. Every bit of land that Israel has stolen from Palestine since 1948 should be returned to the Palestinians.


I get so tired of explaining this

Pre 1948 all citizens of then Palestine were Palestinian regardless of religion, Jews and Arabs alike,

So the Jews were GIVEN the some of Palestine by the Balfour declaration. Then declared an independent state of Israel

They were in turn attacked from all sides and it's an inconvenient truth that they won both the war and the territory.

When Israel pulled out of the Sinai they tried to give Gaza back to Egypt, guess what Egypt didn't want it, or the Palestinians !!!!!!!!!!! The same went for Jordan and the West bank.

Check your history

If the Arabs had any use for the Palestinians other than an excuse to attack and berate Israel, 1% of 1 oil rich sheik would see Palestine born and prosper.

If you want Palestine to prosper so much lobby the Arabs and stop blaming Israel

Think about that

Cody
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posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 04:24 PM
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Cody

The balfour declaration of 17 should be considered void since is a paper signed by a brit and a jew deciding the fate of some land that doesnt belong to either of them... Its like me and a friend writing on a piece of paper what to do with your home, land and everything that you own.

How can you even mention it?



posted on Nov, 6 2013 @ 05:04 PM
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Carreau

But hey don't let a little thing like history get in the way of your bias rant.


Quoted for truth.



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fac·tion n.
1. A group of persons forming a cohesive, usually contentious minority within a larger group.



posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 12:05 AM
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FraternitasSaturni
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Cody

The balfour declaration of 17 should be considered void since is a paper signed by a brit and a jew deciding the fate of some land that doesnt belong to either of them... Its like me and a friend writing on a piece of paper what to do with your home, land and everything that you own.

How can you even mention it?


You missed the main point *sigh*

A Jewish Palestinian living in Palestine, signing for the right to a separate Jewish Palestinian state.

See a pattern here ?

Cody



posted on Nov, 7 2013 @ 07:55 PM
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