From the River to the Sea, Palestine will be free!

From the River to the Sea, Palestine will be free!

This is where they’d like us to be.!!

How many times have we heard those dreadful words about the fictitious country of ‘Palestine’.

With these words etched in one’s mind, how can we possibly for one moment think that the ‘Palestinians’, or the leftists, actually want peace. Seriously?

Barack Hussein Obama, has done enough damage, now he wants to take a final stab of doing more before he leaves office. Obama already told the Press that

“it is going to be hard to find a path where people are seriously believing negotiations were possible.”

So why bother?

US President Barack Obama’s administration is considering a United Nations Security Council resolution to serve as a blueprint for Israeli-Palestinian talks, the Wall Street Journal reported. The US has repeatedly vetoed such resolutions in the past.

Now comes the good part.

The report offered one possible scenario:

“the US would push Israel to halt construction of settlements in the Palestinian territories and recognize East Jerusalem as the capital of a Palestinian state… Palestinians would in turn be asked to recognize Israel as a Jewish state and end claims on a right of return for Palestinian refugees.”

That scenario would entail establishing two states based on the 1949 armistice lines, with land swaps to reflect population changes since then.

VP Joe Biden spoke with Mahmoud Abbas whilst in Israel, who reportedly turned down a peace initiative put forward by US Vice President Joe Biden in Ramallah .

The deal offered a settlement construction freeze and a Palestinian capital in East Jerusalem in exchange for recognition of Israel as a Jewish state and the relinquishment of Palestinian rights to return to live in Israel, Palestinian newspaper Al Quds reported.

http://www.timesofisrael.com/abbas-said-to-reject-visiting-bidens-peace-idea/

He must be dreaming.

Jerusalem, the eternal capital of Israel, cannot be divided. There is no such place as East Jerusalem. There is an eastern section, as there is a north, south and west.

Whilst Jerusalem, and more specifically, the Al-Aqsa Mosque, was in Jordanian hands, the ‘Palestinians’ or just plain Arabs as they were then, wanted no part of it.  It wasn’t until it fell into Israel’s hands that the whole situation changed.


The run down condition of the mosque and whole Temple Mount shows us that.
This photo shows us how much love and respect they have for the 3rd holiest site in Islam.

This is the mess employees cleaned up inside the Al-Aqsa Mosque a day after violent clashes

Where are these “Palestinian territories” he wants Israel to stop building on?

Since 1948 the Arabs have refused to consider having their own state.

In 1948 they chose to go to war rather than accept the UN’s decision to partition Palestine between its Jewish and Arab populations.

Five Arab nations attacked the fledgling State, and lost with Jordan and Egypt stealing the land from their Arab brothers.

After the 1967 war Israel offered to relinquish the land it had acquired in exchange for peace with its neighbours, the Arab world’s response issued at a summit in Khartoum, was not one no, but three:

“NO PEACE WITH ISRAEL.

NO NEGOTIATIONS WITH ISRAEL.

NO RECOGNITION OF ISRAEL”

In 2000, Camp David offered Arabs a sovereign state with shared control of Jerusalem and billions of dollars in compensation for ‘Palestinian’ refugees. Yasser Arafat refused the offer, and returned to launch the deadly terror war known as the Second Intifada.

In 2008 Ehud Olmert offered ‘Palestinian’ leader Mahmoud Abbas a peace agreement that would have guaranteed a Palestinian state in virtually all the West Bank, Gaza, and part of Jerusalem. Once again, the ‘Palestinians’ turned down the offer.

Now the part where I laugh myself stupid trying even to think about this..

“Palestinians would in turn be asked to recognise Israel as a Jewish state and end claims on a right of return for Palestinian refugees.”

Considering that in November 2014, at an emergency session of the Arab League, Mahmoud Abbas stated that ‘Palestinians’ would never recognise Israel as a Jewish state.

https://www.rt.com/news/210099-abbas-recognize-israel-state/

He went on to say..

““Return to negotiations is possible if Israel agrees to a full freeze of settlement [construction], including Jerusalem, release of the fourth group of long-term prisoners, and setting a timetable for negotiations, which will begin with setting borders”

Peace? In the face of this?

Abu Mazen once again expressed support for terrorists who murdered innocent Israelis, calling them “martyrs whose place is in heaven”. His public support for the terrorists and his refraining from condemning terror attacks serve as a clear message that continues to fuel the incitement to violence and terror. The international community must condemn Abu Mazen’s comments and demand that he stop the incitement.

Peace in the face of Abbas this saying in a briefing to mostly Egyptian journalists?

“In a final resolution, we would not see the presence of a single Israeli – civilian or soldier – on our lands.”

http://www.timesofisrael.com/abbas-said-to-reject-visiting-bidens-peace-idea/ Abbas refuses

He does not want a state beside Israel but a state instead of Israel.

Abbas rejects Israel’s legitimacy in any borders he sees all of Israel is an ‎‎“occupation”

He’s really serious about Palestine being free from the river to the sea clearly by this tweet..not.

Source: Fatah Twitter account, Aug. 14, 2015

Fatah Tweet shows Abbas next to a map portraying Israel as “Palestine” – PA-controlled media uses maps erasing Israel|PMW

Abbas says he won’t recognize Israel as Jewish state, he claims Israel plans to displace Israeli Arabs. What he fails to acknowledge is that there are thousands of Israeli Arabs, who love their country and who serve in her armed forces.

 

Now which part of Palestine does Abbas want for his own?

Abbas called the current terror wave, which Palestinian Arabs have referred to as the “Al-Quds Intifada”, as a “popular peaceful uprising” which, he claimed, was initiated in response to the behavior of the “occupation”, Israel’s non-commitment to implement signed agreements, damage to the holy places of Islam and Christianity, arrests, house demolitions, killing of Palestinians, expulsions, closures on Palestinian Arab towns and the “siege” on Gaza .

He further declared that the Palestinians will not comply with the agreements as long as Israel does not implement them, adding that the PA is awaiting Israel’s response to its demands and will act accordingly. He also once again expressed his strong opposition to recognizing Israel as a Jewish state.

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/208828#.VtfEU1R94ps

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4 comments

  1. Charlie in NY

    The entire framing of the “two state solution” is misguided. Over 52 years ago, the PLO formally acknowledged that it claimed no sovereignty over lands in the former Mandate then held by Jordan and Egypt – because everyone understood that the PLO, a creature of the Soviet Zunion, was created to destroy Israel within the ’49 armistice lines. Article 24 of the 1964 PLO Charter could not be clearer on this waiver of right. Having abandoned their rights (that the Palestinian Arabs in fact had none is a separate matter, and, of courses, neither did Egypt and Jordan), the Palestinian Arabs cannot get them back just because Jordan and Egypt later lost those lands to Israel. So, whatever Israel may choose to relinquish in any negotiations is not a concession to any Arab rights to the land, but an agreement by Israel to part with territory as to which it has a superior right.
    I don’t understand why Article 24 of the 1964 Charter is ignored in this discussion.

  2. The two state solution is dead. It was a fraud in the first place. Only Israel and the Jews have ever taken the notion seriously.

    We need to look beyond the two state solution and that’s the hard part. One option is to declare the borders. Another is to do nothing.

    This is a matter for the Israelis. For my part they can count on my support for what it is worth no matter what they decide.

  3. Someday (may it be soon) “Palestine” (from the River to the Sea) will be free. Free from the keleptocrats (theological and ordinary) like Ham-ass and Fat-ass who have enslaved our Arab cousins to fill their personal Haman’s Taschen