From the Webster Dictionary:I'm not interested in a photo-op followed by bombs, shooting, murder and a moving van!
peace - harmonious relations; freedom from disputes; "the roommates lived in peace together"
peace sic plan of the United States Government, and unfortunately my Israeli Government, media and public officials don't have the guts to admit that all these "negotiations" are just leading us to a major disaster. The "chaos, violence, turmoil, confrontation" will only be worse with the plan that Kerry has for us.
Neither the Americans nor the Arabs have been shy about their concept of "peace."
But in territory controlled by the Palestinian Authority, the U.S. secretary of state was pointing a finger, and it was pointed only towards the Israeli side. “Let me emphasize at this point the position of the United States of America on the settlements is that we consider them now and have always considered the settlements to be illegitimate,” Kerry said to reporters in Bethlehem, as captured in the State Department’s press release.That's not peace when Jews are forbidden to live, work and have the basic freedoms. Going back to the definition at the top of the post, the phrase " lived in peace together" is crucial to true peace, and that isn't on the menu the Americans are forcing on us.
Read more at: http://www.jewishpress.com/news/us-tosses-arab-palestinians-addl-75-m-but-its-the-terrorism-stupid/2013/11/07/
And I'll end with the reminder that legally we Jews/Israeli have full rights to Judea and Samaria. Read Ambassador Allan Baker's ten points, hat tip to Arutz 7. Following are a couple of them:
7. The legality of the presence of Israel’s communities in the area stems from the historic, indigenous and legal rights of the Jewish people to settle in the area, granted pursuant to valid and binding international legal instruments recognized and accepted by the international community. These rights cannot be denied or placed in question.8. The Palestinian leadership, in the still valid 1995 Interim Agreement (Oslo 2), agreed to, and accepted Israel’s continued presence in Judea and Samaria pending the outcome of the permanent status negotiations, without any restriction on either side regarding planning, zoning or construction of homes and communities. Hence, claims that Israel’s presence in the area is illegal have no basis.