|U.S. President Elect Donald Trump with Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin "Bibi" Netanyahu|
For all of those who were so super-confident projecting their own uncompromising position that with Donald Trump as POTUS, our Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu would cease his call for another Arab terror state aka "Palestine," sic, please wake up and smell the #$%##!!#!
Netanyahu: I want Trump to help us reach a two-state solutionI'd say that with a pragmatist business man as President of the United States, such a statement by Netanyahu will just cause more pressure on the State of Israel to compromise *meaning forget about* all of those conditions that Bibi keeps tacking onto his offer to the Arabs.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu expressed optimism about the incoming Trump administration and its ability to work with Israel on pressing matters in the Middle East, telling 60 Minutes he expected a more productive relationship with the President-elect than with his predecessor...“I’m willing to negotiate with [the Palestinian Authority] at any moment,” said Netanyahu. “I haven’t reversed my position. I’ve said, ‘Look, we will solve this because we want two nation states at peace and with the proper security arrangements.’ Two states for two peoples…. that’s where I’m focused.”
When negotiating a business deal, the price offered is never the real one, and that's why such a totally irresponsible statement by Prime Minister Netanyahu is horrendously dangerous for the security and continued existence of the State of Israel.
|A New York jury on Sept. 22, 2014 found Arab Bank liable for this Hamas suicide bombing in Jerusalem on June 11, 2003, which killed 16 people. (Quique Kierszenbaum/Getty Images/JTA) The Times of Israel|
|PA depicts a world without Israel, PMW|