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Monday, July 4, 2016

Arab Terror and The "Two State Solution"

Nickolay Mladenov, Special Representative of the United Nations Secretary-General for Iraq, speaks to the media after a meeting with Iraq's top Shi'ite cleric Grand Ayatollah Ali al-Sistani in Najaf March 3, 2015.
REUTERS/ALAA AL-MARJANI

United Nations Middle East envoy Nickolay Mladenov mourns the failure to implement the "Two State Solution," while the truth is that it's an oxymoron. "Two State Solution" is a fantasy that could never exist/survive.

Even though the State of Israel, from its very troubled birth, even during the War for Independence fighting Arab armies which aimed to destroy it, was willing to find a solution to live peacefully side-by-side with an Arab country, the Arabs have always unabashedly proclaimed its aim to destroy and replace the State of Israel.

In the sixty-eight 68 years of the State of Israel's existence, the Arabs have not changed their stance one iota.
PMW-Palestinian Media Watch: Future: A world without Israel

This simple, but crucial, fact is systematically ignored and whitewashed by not only the United Nations and pretty much all foreign countries, but many in the State of Israel.
Arab terror is the tool the Arabs are using to try to make us leave the Land of Israel and close down the State of Israel, Gd forbid!
I can't ignore it! That's why I blog about this issue so frequently and urgently request that you share this article around, thanks.

5 comments:

Garnel Ironheart said...

Yes, by all means there should be a 2 state solution. Let's make one Sunni and one Shiite and whichever has anyone left alive in it by the time they finish fighting with each other gets to be Palestine.

Marcel Cousineau said...

The Arab Muslims, AKA Palestinians, display many of the same evil traits of the Nazi’s before them when it comes to their brutality, hate and murder of the Jews.

In the years since Oslo farce peace was signed in 1993, they have only proceeded from bad to worse, loving bloodshed and jihad, but never really peace, always blaming everyone except themselves for their miserable and cursed condition.

Israel has had a very bad Neville Chamberlain habit of always appeasing and rewarding the Palestinians for their bad behavior. Just today Netanyahu green-lighted the building of 600 homes for the forces of Islamic occupation of Jerusalem as a reward for Islam’s terrorism against Israel.

This insanity is due to Israels desire to please worthless nations instead of pleasing God.

This perverse desire to be seen as civilized and subservient to bully nations who masquerade as friends has proven a major snare to the Jews.

This slavish behavior by Israel is not borne out of any loyalty but weakness and stupidity because the nation has yet to seek and rely on God alone for their peace and security.

Still trusting in liars and losers in Washington after being burned so many times is in fact dumb and suicidal on a national level.

The Jews have a saying coined after the Shoah (Holocaust) ‘NEVER AGAIN.’
By their actions what they really mean is;

Lets do this again, only this time we will help you Islaomfascist Nazi Palestinians cut our own throats’,

as we see with Israel’s nut for a leader Netanyahu helping Hamas get stronger and become more of a deadly threat against Israel.
The soft and fluffy marshmallow, Bibi, only bombs empty Hamas training camps because he has no concept of winning any war against this evil.

We Jews have an army now but we won’t defeat those who call for our extermination because we are not well, sick in the head you might say.


165 Muslims Sacrificed to allah, god of Hell, for Ramadan by fellow Muslims

Anonymous said...

They can conspire all they want, 'vet gurnisht helfen'. H' is in control. What was promised by H' to His children, Yisrael will be! Everything else means nothing.

Sammy Finkelman said...

The problem actually is the notion of a solution.

They're attempting to solve the wrong problem

The problem is not the fact that the boundaries of the state of Israel are not settled, or the fact there are people, now called Palestinians, who do not fit into the international system of citizenship (i.e., they are not citizens of any recognized state.)

The problem is hatred and slander about Israel and demands that it be wiped off the map. And more critically, terrorism and toleration and rewards for terrorism.

In a nutshell, the problem is lack of Moslem and Arab goodwill.

This problem - the problem of lack of goodwill - will NOT be solved by agreeing to boundaries for the state of Israel and the end of statelessness or semi-statelessness for all people in the Middle East. It is the other way around.

The problem of boundaries for the state of Israel and of statelessness for some Arabs will be solved if, and only if, the problem of lack of good will is taken care of first. And this is not something that can agreed to in negotiations.

Goodwill is an absolute precondition for any kind of successful negotiations, and nothing can be offered for it in exchange.

You don't make peace with your friends, true, but you also don't make peace with your enemies. You make peace with people who are no longer your enemies, and do not wish to be so again.

Sammy Finkelman said...

What would be a good sign tht there is oodwill, and a determination to end the conflict? (Because this conflict cannot be ended casually)

The King of Saudi Arabia and other Arab leaders addressing the Knesset and saying: we have done wrong; we have been wrong; you and your people are righteous and we are the sinners; we have made a moral inventory of ourselves and are admitting to God, to ourselves, and to all of our people the exact nature of our wrongs and to explain all our lies and how they were planned; we are going to try to list all the people we have harmed; and are willing to try to make some amends to all, and have begun the process and have set aside some money for that already; please forgive us; we wish to live in peace; we don't want to be your enemies any longer.

And we will not block or oppose any kind of agreement that the aplestinian negotiators will negotiate. It has the approval of the Arab League in advance (or alternatively, the Arab League must be a party to the negotiations)