“24 years later and several wars and intifadas later, Israelis have finally come to realize that an exchange of land for peace won’t bring peace”

ABU YEHUDA
What kind of a state are we?
by Vic Rosenthal
by February 3, 2017

When the Jordanian occupation and its illegal annexation of land set aside for the Jewish people was ended in 1967, Israel did not annex Judea and Samaria, because its leadership was forced by its “friends” in Europe and the US to accept the idea of “land for peace.” Israel would give Judea and Samaria “back” to Jordan, for example, and Jordan would give us a peace treaty. The injustice inherent in this is obvious. Who gave Jordan the right to take that land in violation of international law and to ethnically cleanse it of Jews? How can we be asked to give something “back” that was ours in the first place? But this was our policy until King Hussein decided in 1988 that he didn’t want the hassle of trying to control the PLO, and transferred his “ownership” of the land to the PLOREAD MORE

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1 Response to “24 years later and several wars and intifadas later, Israelis have finally come to realize that an exchange of land for peace won’t bring peace”

  1. oldpoet56 says:

    When it comes to believers of Islam there is no such thing as land for peace, this is a very well documented fact.

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