We can stick our heads in the sand or take these people seriously.
World War II has taught us to never take these threats lightly.
Yes, it is propaganda – but it also makes it crystal clear what there real opinions are on Israel.
ISIS terrorists are just a few miles away from Israel’s borders. Israel needs to keep them out at all costs.
The False Premise of Palestine and Peace
- If the international community wants to see Israel make dangerous concessions, then they, and they alone, must ensure that Israel has a united and pragmatic peace partner.
- This should be Israel’s basic demand: that a united Palestinian political leadership will recognize the right of all the citizens of the Jewish State of Israel to live in peace and security, alongside the State of Palestine.
- It is that simple. That is all it takes.
The notion that the creation of a state of Palestine will herald everlasting peace is naïve in the extreme.
After 50 years of a two-state failure, the French and other diplomats, in their duplicitously-named “peace initiative,” have no other idea for how to settle the Palestinian problem, except to behave like parched men trudging across a burning desert toward a distant mirage that they think is an oasis paradise. It is not, and the same diplomats will take no responsibility for cleaning up the dangerous outcome of such a disaster.
The international community is pressuring Israel to make wholesale concessions in territory and security, risking social and political upheaval, to grant the so-called Palestinians a state of their own.
The sole criterion for making this happen is for the international community to accept the Palestinian precondition of forcing Israel withdraw to pre-1967 lines, which are the 1949 armistice lines and not a defined border.
Whenever I approach a European diplomat with the following questions, none of them can give me an answer:
1) What happens when a new emboldened Palestinian government continues calls for the liberation of the “rest of Palestine”? (More)
Trump’s “true face” – “Zionist and racist”
and rash in his responses
because he is short-tempered and undiplomatic”
Is there really “no religious rationale” for terrorism, as Barack Obama has said? In this new video, I show why that is a false assumption that leads to wrong and repeatedly failed policies.