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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Israel-Palestinian "Peace Plan" Oxymoron

It seems that Donald Trump let his son-in-law Jared Kushner talk him into a stupid, useless and inevitably dangerous policy, presenting an Israel-Palestinian "Peace Plan." The term is pure oxymoron for sure. The so-called Palestinians sic have no desire for peace. They were invented to terrorize and abort a Jewish State by the British.

This fiction of a "nation," which has no history is the "pet" of innumerable countries, NGOs, media, celebrities etc.

Early on in Donald Trump's career as a politician, he had announced that it was up to the two opposing sides, Jews and Arabs, to negotiate. Too bad he didn't stick with that policy.

It doesn't matter how creative or practical or revolutionary the "peace deal" Kushner and co have come up with, it won't bring peace to the middle east. And they should know perfectly well that a "deal" can't be imposed from outsiders.

These same Arabs that celebrate murder of innocent Jews will not change their deadly cruel culture for anything. They still, supported by the EU, UN and too many others, educate their children to kill, and until this changes and takes effect, there's no chance for peace.

Gd willing, some day there will be true peace, but that will only come when the State of Israel fully annexes all of the Land of Israel and executes all Arab terrorists.



6 comments:

Mr. Cohen said...

“If one or more of the parties knows that peace
implies the end of its existence, it has no motive
to return to peace. That is how the radical Islamists
of Hamas view the future of Muslim society.

A wealthy and successful Jewish state next to
a poor and dysfunctional Palestinian state
may imply the end of the moral authority of Islam,
and some Palestinians would rather fight to
the death than embrace such an outcome.

Rather than consign their children to the
Western milieu of personal freedom and sexual
license, radical Muslims will fight to the death.”

SOURCE: How Civilizations Die
(chapter Introduction, page xiv) by David P. Goldman,
year 2011 CE, Regnery Publishing, ISBN 978-1-59698-273-4

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Excellent must-see pro-Israel video by Stephen Harper,
22nd Prime Minister of Canada and Prager University:

Why Don't You Support Israel?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=tXy4NXbuE-k&feature=youtu.be

jonathan w. said...

Gd willing, some day there will be true peace, but that will only come when the State of Israel fully annexes all of the Land or Israel and executes all Arab terrorists.

Thank you for actually coming out and stating this - if only it was heard more often.

And thank, in general, for all your valuable work at this site (since I think this might be my first time commenting here).

Mr. Cohen said...

Jeremiah (chapter 17) teaches that Jewish rule
over Jerusalem depends on Jews observing SHABBAT.

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Babylonian Talmud, tractate Shabbat, page 119B:

Abaye taught:

Jerusalem was only destroyed because
they desecrated SHABBAT there…

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Babylonian Talmud, tractate Shabbat, page 119B:

Rabbi Yehudah taught:

Jerusalem was only destroyed because
Torah Scholars were despised in it.

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Vilna Gaon, Biur HaGra commentary
on Mishlei, chapter 13, verse 15:


When a man breaks his desires and his will,
for the honor of G_D, in order to perform His Will,
G_D gives him what he wants.

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Vilna Gaon, Biur HaGra commentary
on Mishlei, chapter 13, verse 23:


The poor bear the punishment for the sins of their generation.

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Vilna Gaon, Biur HaGra commentary
on Mishlei, chapter 13, verse 23:


Another reason to donate to the poor is that:
[Sometimes] those who do not donate the amount that
is appropriate for them, are punished with death by G_D.

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Vilna Gaon, Biur HaGra commentary
on Mishlei, chapter 23, verse 24:


The difference between GILAH and SIMCHAH
is that GILAH refers to something that happens
every day, and SIMCHAH refers to new things.

When a child is born, a parent feels SIMCHAH,
but after that, his child brings him GILAH each day.

Batya said...

jonathan w, thanks so much
Mr. Cohen some of what you write isn't clear.

Your Correspondent said...

"Land or Israel" → "Land of Israel"

Batya said...

thanks