Tuesday, December 9, 2014

If they say Free free Palestine

When someone says "FREE FREE Palestine" and you have an opportunity to "dialogue", ask them if they understand 1. A Free Palestine means the end of Israel, the only Jewish state in the world because the Palestinians have shown for 65 year they will not live side by side with Israel, and the genocide of 7 million Jews. PLO was created in 1964 calling for free free Palestine when an Arab nation, Jordan, had sovereignty over the west Bank and Gaza. Obviously they intend to steal Israel's land by force. 2. Creating a new violent corrupt jihadist terrorist nation of a phony people that never existed before 1960. Just what the world needs.
3. Israel has said for decades they are fine with a Palestinian state living in peace, side by side the Jewish state but the ARABS/Muslims have shown zero interest in peace. 4. GAZA is already 100% free of Jews and instead of trying to build a country, they terrorize their own citizens and shot 10,000 missiles at civilian Israelis.
Times Of Israel today
Last year’s peace talks with the Palestinian Authority failed not because of Israeli settlement expansion, but because the Palestinians are simply not ready for peace yet, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu charged Sunday.
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Speaking to the Brookings Institution’s 11th annual Saban Forum in Washington via a prerecorded video, Netanyahu said continued incitement proved Ramallah was not prepared to make peace with Israel, and layed out Israel’s three main demands of the Palestinians.
“The talks ended because the Palestinians wanted them to end,” Netanyahu said.
He charged that negotiations broke down because Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas entered a unity government with the Hamas terror group and because the Palestinians rejected the security arrangements Israel demanded.
“Unfortunately, the Palestinian leadership is simply not prepared, and I hope this changes, but it’s not yet prepared to truly confront violence and fanaticism within Palestinian society, within their own ranks,” Netanyahu added.
“For nine months we negotiated with the Palestinians, but they consistently refused to engage us on our legitimate security concerns, just as they refused to discuss recognizing Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people, while at the same time insisting that Israel recognize a nation-state of the Palestinian people.”
The prime minister accused the PA leadership of fueling violence against Israel. “It engages in incitement day in and day out,” he said. “I think it’s important to confront this. I don’t think sticking our head in the sand promotes real peace and I don’t believe that false hopes promote real peace. I think they just push peace further away.”
Real peace will only come once the Palestinians accept “the three pillars of peace,” Netanyahu said: recognition of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people; an end to all claims, including the right of return; and a long-term Israeli security presence in the West Bank.

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