Skip to comments.German president: Israeli-Palestinian peace 'truly urgent'
Posted on 05/09/2017 9:42:26 AM PDT by Olog-hai
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Historical evidence seems to indicate the latter.
Germany obviously either bought in that scam or is part of that scam.
What is urgent is stopping the Islamic migrant invasion of Europe. But pointing to Israel is a nice distraction for the open-border elites who rolled out the welcome mat for the destruction of own homeland.
The time for the “two-state solution” has long passed.
Israel and US should jointly declare that Israel’s borders include all of Samaria, Judea and the Golan Heights. Israel’s capital is Jerusalem and the Israelis should start building a new Temple of Temple Mount immediately.
Arabs had their chance. For 70 years the world begged them to work with Israel to accomplish a “two-state solution”. Instead of doing so, they waged war and slaughtered Jews. So the Arabs end up with Gaza which Israel will not be helping them with.
The “two-state solution” is dead. Good riddance. Now the world can finally move on in peace.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
To Germany, Take Hassini’s frigging dusty bones and %$$% OFF!
A Palestinian state became urgent right after the Soviet Union collapsed, and the PLO lost its sugar daddy. Now its sugar daddy is the EU, UN and USA, and the sooner it loses funding, the sooner the PA will collapse under its own corruption and perfidy. Once Abbas and Company are run out of town on a rail by the Palestinians (they can hang them from lamp-posts, too; self-determination and all), there will be a chance for real peace. Of course, I’m not the President of Germany, so what do I know. Two-state solution sure worked great for them, didn’t it. Working great for Korea, too.
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