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 Il partito di destra cita le condizioni americane per l'annessione come uno dei motivi per cui non si unì al governo di unità nazionale di Netanyahu.

Di Paul Shindman

   Le condizioni che l'America sta imponendo a Israele affinché l'Amministrazione Trump riconosca la proposta annessione degli insediamenti da parte di Israele sono tra i motivi per cui il partito di destra Yemina non si unisce al governo del Primo Ministro Benjamin Netanyahu, secondo quanto riferito da Maariv domenica.

   In un'intervista pubblicata la scorsa settimana sul quotidiano Israel Hayom,
l'ambasciatore americano in Israele David Friedman ha fortemente suggerito che l'amministrazione Trump avrebbe riconosciuto l'annessione israeliana degli insediamenti in Giudea e Samaria fintanto che fossero soddisfatte determinate condizioni.
   Tra le condizioni ci sono il congelamento dell'espansione degli insediamenti in quelle città che Israele non annetterà e un accordo che il primo ministro negozierà con i palestinesi sulla base del piano Trump, che include un futuro stato palestinese - due politiche a cui Yemina lo dice non posso essere d'accordo.
Anche se anche altri sostenitori della destra non hanno approvato queste due condizioni, è stato un rischio che valesse la pena prendere perché, secondo loro, un futuro stato palestinese probabilmente non uscirà mai dal piano Trump. L' autorità palestinese a Ramallah ha respinto il piano e il gruppo terroristico di Hamas che controlla Gaza non è interessato a nessun piano di pace, men che meno la riconciliazione con l'AP richiesta per formare uno stato indipendente prima del periodo di quattro anni del piano Trump scade.
"Ricevo molti commenti dai nostri attivisti e sostenitori, nonché da altri partiti, che ci rafforzano nella nostra decisione di andare all'opposizione a testa alta e presentare una vera alternativa di destra al governo di sinistra che è si fermerà qui guidato da Netanyahu ”, ha twittato il ministro dei trasporti Bezalel Smotrich. "Non è un peccato servire il popolo di Israele dall'opposizione".
  I leader americani avevano lasciato intendere che non si sarebbero opposti all'annessione israeliana in Giudea e Samaria , ma Friedman fu il primo a esprimere le condizioni reali che Israele avrebbe dovuto soddisfare per ottenere il riconoscimento americano di qualsiasi decisione di dichiarare la sovranità sugli insediamenti.
   Ciò includeva la promessa di non espandere il sistema di ospitalizzazione, ma di costruire solo su edifici esistenti in qualsiasi insediamento al di fuori di quelli annessi.
"In questa situazione, è meglio per Yemina rimanere in opposizione piuttosto che per un periodo relativamente breve di fronte al dilemma di sostenere qualcosa che è contro l'ideologia del partito e del settore o di sostenerlo all'interno del governo."

Meagain2.0 • 
My heartfelt desire is that my country, America, would just let Israel do whatever she wants to do that is in her own best interest, and support her in that. And stop trying to manipulate her to do what America wants.

I'm thankful that President Trump recognized Jerusalem as Israel's eternal capital, and other good things. But sickened about a two state "solution", and holding Israel back from expanding as she should, smh. She should be encouraged to grow more, much more.


George Parker • 
I honestly do not think the conditions were ever intended to be accepted by either side. There is more to this than has yet been disclosed.


kktex12 • 
I do not know who is the source of these conditions but this is what I have to say to them, TAKE A HIKE!! You are not the ones who are living with the terrorism. You are not the ones who have to endure a liberal free loader legal system more interested in the "rights" of the terrorists than the citizens of Yisrael. I am an American but I am in love with the Hebrew nation of Yisrael and the Hebrew people. Am Yisrael Chai!! Od Avinu Chai!!!!


Raymond Chioma Achinonu • 
I agree ,absolutely correct, there is no peace guarantee in the two state. Even the Palestinians have not accepted the state of Israel. Their Arab allies have a belief that the present Jews are not the ones promised the Land. There is total confusion seeking to live with the enemy who wants to eliminate you completely. But How long will this continue to be?


blog2038 • 
I think they are wrong, they do not need to reject anything - Abbas will do it for all of us.

Dajjal  blog2038 • 3 hours ago
There is a risk in bluffing. Open a Koran and read 3:28, then look it up in Tafsir ibn Kathir. Then research "hudna" and "treaty of Hudabayah" (SP?).

Muslims do not negotiate in good faith; Islam is a false, malicious and malignant faith. Anything they get is a launching pad for further attacks. Give them nothing!!!


blog2038  Dajjal •
Be it as it may I still have my money on Abbas because he cannot afford to cede anything and hope to survive after and he knows it.
He may potentially agree, but I am confident he will change his stance shortly after that.


Dajjal  blog2038 • 39 minutes ago
Better believe his palms are itching and burning at the prospect of 50B$ going through his hands. Much of it will stick to his fingers.

Remember Oslo? Forgot that Yassir told a critic that his Oslo deal was modeled on Hudabayah? Sincerity is not a Muslim attribute.


Brooklyn Ease  blog2038 • 
Let's not forget that every major initiative or visit by a high official from the US comes with an increase in Palestinian violence and attacks in Israel. How many prime ministers have had to quickly return to Israel when visiting the US working on another US-brokered venture. Innocent lives are lost with every failed initiative that has no hopes of bringing peace, and yet Israel has always pursued the next proposed deal. At some point even the best of heads have to recognize when they are just banging theirs against the wall to only cause self pain and blood loss.


George Parker  Brooklyn Ease • 2 hours ago
If making peace in the same old way was the aim of the US initiative. They would not have moved the embassy. Something else was intended to go down.


Brooklyn Ease  George Parker • an hour ago
This was my concern at the time of moving the embassy. It was and is a quid pro quo for a deal that the Israelis could not accept, let alone the single-minded Palestinians. An embassy, for what it actually does functionally for Americans in Israel, is not worth compromising the safety of Israelis in Israel. It is, in the end, a building of bureaucracy, not a keeper of existence and democracy.

Dajjal • 4 hours ago
Yamina should prevail in the next election if there is any justice or Jews have any wisdom.


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marlene.langert • 5 hours ago
It is very rarely that I disagree with Trump, but on this I do. As I have said previously, a Palestinian state would be a launching platform to drive Israel into the sea, which is their real goal as they have said many, many times.


Hector Zuniga • 5 hours ago
I 'am in full agreement with Bennet and his party in this point.


Jose Manuel Martins Simoes • 5 hours ago
To me the temporary solution for the PA is stay into an enclave (the Palestine-terror enclave) under controle of Israel, and maybe can be an side with "high tourism" for insane fanatics to praise!... Still fighting enemies and conquer territory to enemies, instead of just defending zones! I no deal with LGBTQ movement which distorce the Israel values, that's the step back which any Government should take in Israel and ban the Pride Day!


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Jay Silverman • 6 hours ago
President Trump is a master of negotiations. He knows that the Arabs will not agree to a "palestinian state". He merely floats this trial balloon as a way to pacify the other Arab states. Israel will annex all of Eretz Yisrael soon and the lands on the other side of the Jordan River. I am happy to see Ayelet Shaked and Naftali Bennett oppose anything other than that. Shalom!

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George Parker  Jay Silverman • 2 hours ago
Well said.


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Tom Boye  Jay Silverman • 6 hours ago
🏆Yes.... trial balloon/negotiator


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Adam  Jay Silverman • 6 hours ago
The Palestinians should be given another chance to live in Peace. Shaked and Bennet are getting in the way of that.


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George Parker  Adam • 2 hours ago
Adam, with all due respect my friend. They will never give up land that they have conquered. History, 1400 years of jihad and counting.

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Dajjal  Adam • 4 hours ago
Next time you wash yer brain in the crapper, flush it first.


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Tom Boye  Adam • 6 hours ago
I love your enthusiasm for peace and twenty-second chances Adam

I dunno.... a true chance for peacenik Palestinians would take a miracle (*not in our hands) or a 2 trillion dollar Marshall-Oprah Plan

Sadly 2T was dropped in Iraq and China COVID19 is tanking economies

Just because it's becoming a boring same old story on cable news TV for fifty years, I say expel the Fakestinians ... whom I pity as pawns of Greater Arabia

Onward and upward .. Arabs have lotsa real estate

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Adam  Tom Boye • 6 hours ago • edited
Its not enthusiasm. It is the right thing to do. Offer your enemy peace, up to the moment you decide to annihilate them.
If they decide to go for it, you live in peace alongside them. And if they don't, you live in peace without them. ;)

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Norm  Adam • 2 hours ago
I rather Israel moves forward with their own agenda. No deals. If they are confronted, then show full force on all fronts & forever close that border.

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Dajjal  Adam • 4 hours ago
Read their damn charters: PLO & HAMAS. Read the Koran and volume 4 of Sahih Bukhari; get a clue, then get two brain cells to rub together. While there are Muslims there will never be peace.

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Tom Boye  Adam • 5 hours ago
In theory, I like it!

Feel it's been pretty tried and tried in this situation for decades... I just cant imagine what could possibly at this point bring peace to majority Palestine Arab hearts

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Dajjal  Tom Boye • 4 hours ago
Nothing. No way, no how, no time. Book reference: "Jihad: The Islamic Doctrine Of Permanent War". Read it and get a clue. Often tried, always denied, ready to try again: insane Morons.

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Adam  Tom Boye • 5 hours ago
What should have happened a long time ago but hasn't for some reason, is that a majority in Israel needs to reach the conclusion no peace agreement will ever be reached, and the next provocation from the enemy no matter how small, will provoke us into a war in which we will not stop attacking until they all die or flee outside the country. But since there has yet to be such a majority, we need to keep extending a hand, until we reach that majority. Eventually enough people will understand, there is only one option here.

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Dajjal  Adam • 4 hours ago
They will not understand until they read the Koran, hadith, sira & relevant passages of Islamic jurisprudence. They will not do that, so they will never understand. Wise leaders will act without them.

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MALIK AK • 6 hours ago
Song of Solomon 1:5


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Adam  MALIK AK • 6 hours ago
(Genesis 32:25)
And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day.

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Min Dona • 7 hours ago • edited
The borders of Israel for the Jewish Nation (all the descendants of Isaac and Jacob) as promised by the eternal Covenant blessing spoken by God himself to Moses and the 12 tribes of the Jewish Nation, is identified in the Torah /Numbers 34:1-10.
God determined these boundaries to make sure there was enough land for every generation to come, to settle, and those who need to make aliyah.
To give away any of these boundaries is to go against God’s gift and promise.
NO non-Jew, or Jewish leader, has any right to direct (or influence “transgression” from the Word of God (Torah) - of the Jewish Nation regarding its Holy Land Covenant boundaries.
It would be well for Jews to remember this.
President Trump, nor any other country, has NO leverage or decision as to the boundaries of Israel. Maybe Trump (and others) should read Exodus & Numbers more carefully. Let’s see them argue with God.

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MALIK AK  Min Dona • 6 hours ago
song of solomon 1:5 proves you a liar khazar !!!.

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Adam  Min Dona • 6 hours ago • edited
(Leviticus 26)

27 And if ye will not for all this hearken unto Me, but walk contrary unto Me;

28 then I will walk contrary unto you in fury; and I also will chastise you seven times for your sins.

32 And I will bring the land into desolation; and your enemies that dwell therein shall be astonished at it.

33 And you will I scatter among the nations, and I will draw out the sword after you; and your land shall be a desolation, and your cities shall be a waste.


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MALIK AK  Adam • 6 hours ago
(Leviticus 26) ACTUALLY proves a point , Which race is scattered among nations like the real Hebrews ?on every continent and country you will find the real Hebrews not Khazar .

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Adam  MALIK AK • 5 hours ago
As you said many Hebrews live in the world from the other tribes. But the "Khazars" as you call them are not Khazars they are from the tribe of Judah.
May God allow the Hebrews from the other 11 tribes to reclaim their part of the land.

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MALIK AK  Adam • 6 hours ago
Deuteronomy 28- 68 And the LORD shall bring thee into Egypt again with ships, by the way whereof I spake unto thee, Thou shalt see it no more again: and there ye shall be sold unto your enemies for bondmen and bondwomen. ............................ .....You can let me know if that happened to khazars ...LIAR!!!.

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Dajjal  MALIK AK • 4 hours ago
You Muslims are so damned stupid!!! Your stupidity blinds you to the internal contradiction in your false, malicious and malignant argument.

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Tom Boye  Dajjal • 3 hours ago
Early in life I absolutely loved Autobiography of Malcolm X

Aside from he in his later years, post-Mecca/NOI, I'm pretty hard pressed to think of any wise intelligent Muslims I've met or would like to know

I've seen a few on YouTube that seemed cool

I've lived with and beside Muslims and smoked up with a few

They always make me sorry for them with their Mohammedan pride.... it's so sad... such an inferior sad religion from such a sad inferior place...

You can be proud of America despite the flaws and grim points

It's very complex and rich

Islam/Arabia isnt

I pity people who grow up Islamic....

And I love a world where they all go live togethe in Saudi Arabia etc

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Dajjal  Tom Boye • an hour ago
Better that they should be emancipated from Satan's yoke of slavery.

If one of them retains a scintilla of morality, wise him up to what Moe did to Aisha, Safiya, Rayhana, Umm Qirfa & Asma Bint Marwan. Then point out to him how Moe made his living.


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MALIK AK  Dajjal • 3 hours ago
who is this imbecile ? , Did you see any Muslim here buffoon ?. You mistake me for those idiots who believe in a rapist prophet , You just jump online like some flea infested dog barking like you have a genuine point to prove . I'm having a subtle conversation with Adam who seems intelligent , I don't exchange words with ignoramus like your type mkhutsf!!!!.

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Dajjal  MALIK AK • 3 hours ago
"Malik" is Arabic for King, a dead giveaway as is the side you took in this debate.


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MALIK AK  Dajjal • 3 hours ago
Gosh you are too dumb to converse with ,Malik is not Arabic. Hindus bear malik , copts bear malik , Africans , Ethiopians , Brits , Americans . The list is endless and Arabs bear abdulmalik . Not too smart are we ? Regarding the topic I will take Jews over Palestinians any day but do not mistake my stand Hebrews are not Jews .


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Adam  MALIK AK • 5 hours ago • edited
as you said "by the way whereof I spake unto thee, Thou shalt see it no more again:" ;)


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Don Spilman • 7 hours ago
Yeah I really agree with Yemina here. I sort of hoped that Trumps plan could get hold and be something Israel could build on and get moving in the right direction with but bottom line it isn’t going to work and if the bottom line of the Trump plan really is a phallustinkian state that is just NOT doable! In fact it is extremely disgusting and detrimental to both America and Israel! Wish Yemina would talk with Otzma Yehudit and build a strong pro Israel party that was actually wanting to do things to get muzslime out of Israel and be honest and up front with their intentions!

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Tom Boye  Don Spilman • 6 hours ago
No clue, not a psychic

Strongly suspect DT needs/desires 'Palestine' to reject his Deal of the Century before he swings next

China's confused and thrown off by him ... surely the PA etc are too, he played some bad cop w Golan and Jerusalem...

The proposal looks absurd

Because this is "two state solution" is absurd

I suspect a second term will see something more to your liking

We will see👍

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Dajjal  Tom Boye • 4 hours ago
The chances of Trump getting clues and wising up are too small to see with the most powerful microscope.

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Tom Boye  Dajjal • 3 hours ago
I can certainly imagine better!, but as candidates go we seem stretched... I take this guy over the others

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Dajjal  Tom Boye • 3 hours ago
I voted for Cruz in the primary but he had no chance with Trump taking up all the media oxygen.

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Tom Boye  Dajjal • 3 hours ago
I root for Cruz in 2024 or or 2032 etc👍

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pilgrimson  Tom Boye • 5 hours ago
Agreed!

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Don Spilman  Tom Boye • 5 hours ago
I’m believing America is not even going to have an election! I think the nasty liars who are totally dedicated to destroying America will do ANYTHING they can to see that nothing nor no one can save it from destruction! I believe the rapture or civil war will come before any election!

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Dajjal  Don Spilman • 4 hours ago
Watch Fox News the night of Nov. 3.

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Don Spilman  Dajjal • 2 hours ago
Im not even sure there will be a Fox News on nov. 3 . But if there is I Might watch a little of it

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Tom Boye  Don Spilman • 4 hours ago
You may be right, sir!!


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Rahel  Don Spilman • 6 hours ago
It's not worth getting your nose bent out of shape. It's really a moot issue. The Palestinians will never accept a state of their own. They want Israel, period.

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Dajjal  Rahel • 4 hours ago
They want reconquest of Israel, all the other conquered lands lost to Isdamn and conquest of the rest of the world.

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Don Spilman  Rahel • 6 hours ago
I don't see caring as equated with getting my nose bent out of shape. I might agree with you but at the same time I think it is quite alright to stand with someone you agree with!

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Adam  Don Spilman • 7 hours ago • edited
Listen to yourself:
1) You want to build a strong pro Israel party. But three elections past and that has not happened.
Q:So what can we do to make that happen?
A:Convince more Israelis to join.

Q:What do those Israelis believe in now?
A:That there is a chance for Peace.

Q:How do we convince them there is no chance for Peace?
A: Assuming yelling in their ear does not work, then probably forming a Peace plan, and having the Palestinians reject it again, that would probably convince more people.
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It seems that in order to build a pro Israel party, we would need to genuinely try for peace, and allow the Palestinians to either agree or reject it.

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Dajjal  Adam • 3 hours ago
Often tried, always denied and trying again: Insane damned fools chasing their tails.

Induce the mill run of Israelis to read:

1. Charters of PLO & HAMAS.

2. Surahs 1, 3, 7, 9, 47, 48, 49 & 61 of the damned Qur'an.
3. "Reliance Of The Traveller", book o, chapter 9.8.
4. " Hedaya", volume 2, pages 139...216
5. "The Book Of Jihad", entire table of contents and page 18.

6. My 8 part series entitled "Why Peace Is Impossible".


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Don Spilman  Adam • 6 hours ago
Hey Adam there is always hope that all the lib/socio/commie Jews will die or get brain transplants, or some miracle will happen that actual Jews, who know what being a Jew means, will become the dominant force there! There still is a God you know, the same one that chose them in the a first place. The whole nation would be better for it if more of them reconnected with Him! I believe in miracles don’t you?

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Rahel  Don Spilman • 6 hours ago
I don't see this happening before Moshiach.

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Don Spilman  Rahel • 5 hours ago
I actually agree with you! I believe things are too far gone to ever be even somewhat straightened out by human effort!

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Adam  Don Spilman • 6 hours ago
I believe God has patience. And he has given Men/Women freedom of choice.
I do not think God is going to help a nation which currently prefers using his Book as a proof of entitlement, than it does learning from it.

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Norm  Adam • 3 hours ago
I believe it is G-d's test to separate the well intentioned from the others for his reign.


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Don Spilman  Adam • 6 hours ago
That Israel even exists is proof that God has patience, and an ongoing plan!
I think Jews need to respect their place with God as far as entitlement goes and absolutely they need to get into Tanakh and personalize it! Evidently few do!

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michael greene • 7 hours ago • edited
In pure theory, Yamina is correct. Interms of practicality, Bibi is right. the cursed PA will NEVER agree to a negotiated 2 state solution. They will be satisfied with nothing less than ALL of "Palestine" meaning Tel Aviv, Haifa, etc. etc. To repeat the famous quote, "The PA have never lost an opportunity to lose an opportunity for peace."

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Dajjal  michael greene • 3 hours ago
Bibi is wrong: there is no peace and will be none until the front line Muslims are dead and those behind them are thouroughly intimidated as per Koran 8.57 as explained on page 326 of "The Life Of Muhammad".

A peace obtained by flattening Gaza, PLA, Lebanon, Syria & Iran would be temporary at best. While there are Muslims there will be no peace.

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Geoffrey Rogg • 7 hours ago
Naftali Bennett is grand standing and will join at the right time and in the right position regardless of anything Smotrich has to say. I still believe that Bennett will ultimately succeed Bibi with the latter's blessing. The present shenanigans are like an amateur public theatre production that will not win any awards.

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gerald m. serlin • 7 hours ago
The two-state solution is a myth and will never come to be. There is not enough physical space to accommodate two states, which in the beginning and at the end will be at war with each other. Better to have a fight to the finish right now than to pass the burden down to our children.

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Phil Lesh Fan  gerald m. serlin • 2 hours ago
I agree wholeheartedly. War is inevitable, and we must go for complete victory this time. As long as it is inevitable, let it be on our/Israel's timetable. I suggest that the next time Hamas attacks with anything, Israel should launch a massive and decisive retaliation. Enough of this "proportional response" nonsense.

If someone attempts to end my life, I am not going to stop at punching her or him in the nose. They will only come at me again.

Shalom

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Dajjal  gerald m. serlin • 3 hours ago
Truth tweeted to Bibi.

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Norm  gerald m. serlin • 5 hours ago
It is a coverup to fool the masses.

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Hector Zuniga  gerald m. serlin • 5 hours ago
Agree, now or never, Judea and Samaria belong to The Legal Land Lords the Jews People. Is Biblical only a blind call other wise.

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Cheryl Detar  gerald m. serlin • 6 hours ago
Pallys, will never accept anything but Israel's complete demise. They have been offered, their own state more than once and refused. I believe the US should let Israel make it's own choices.

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Dajjal  Cheryl Detar • 3 hours ago
Blessed right!!!

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smartgranny55  Cheryl Detar • 3 hours ago
I agree!

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Richard DiBenedetto • 7 hours ago
Israel has always been free to make its own choices. The incentive to agree to President Trump's Peace Plan is the level of support provided by America.

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Norm • 7 hours ago
It's all for show.

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Neil • 8 hours ago
They are totally correct to reject any conditions for annexing their own lands! The only conditions that should be met is that the Arabs will give up any claims to the Jewish land!

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punch_corona • 8 hours ago
... remember the hansell memo of 1978.. remember the Alamo ..

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Adam • 8 hours ago • edited
USA conditions are reasonable. And President Trump did a lot for Israel, he should be respected. Instead Yamina treats him as they would Obama, it is insulting.
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For those you haven't been paying attention for the last 73 years: The reason the Palestinians are never going to get a country of their own, is not because Yamina or Israel is going to deny them of the possibility, but because they will never agree to any deal, unless it is a deal in which all Israelis leave and they get everything.
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Yamina's actions make no sense.

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Dajjal  Adam • 3 hours ago
Trump's plan is drek. His issuance of a plan, the very concept of a plan is an insult to Israel and every informed and thinking American, of which there are too few.

While Muslims infest the earth there will be no peace. Isdamn is perpetual existential war.

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pilgrimson  Adam • 5 hours ago
Listen, Trump is no dummy, He is a triple chess player! He is always underestimated and comes out on top . He knows the pla won't agree and come around. Meanwhile the deal goes through and the pla will reject it. And four years later, door closed shut! It's a done deal in Israel's favor.

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Dajjal  pilgrimson • 3 hours ago
I have seen a claim that Baron has a Master's rating. The old man, I doubt it!!

He knows almost nothing about islam.

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Michael  Dajjal • 2 hours ago
You don't need to know anything more than the cult of Islam is a cancer on civilization.

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Dajjal  Michael • 44 minutes ago
That level of abstraction is far too high!


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Tom Boye  Dajjal • 3 hours ago
Trump cant quote or debate the Koran or Islam... but he knows he doesn't like Muslims

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Dajjal  Tom Boye • an hour ago
"I have Muslim friends who are wonderful people."--DJT.


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Phil Lesh Fan  Tom Boye • 2 hours ago
It is not that President Trump does not like Muslims. It is the Islamic terrorist ideology which he loathes. Yes, that ideology is based upon, and woven through, the religion of Muslims, but not all Muslims are supporters of terrorism. It remains a mystery to me as to how the peaceful and decent Muslims can remain in their religion.

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Meagain2.0  Phil Lesh Fan • 38 minutes ago
Since leaving is-lam can be a death sentence they are most likely too afraid to leave. They are trapped in a sea of is-lam. Where would they go?


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pgc123  Adam • 6 hours ago
Trump has done NOTHING for Yisrael if you think he has you need to look deeply he has only hurt Yisrael and caused Yisrael to be attacked in whatever action he takes. Do some research NO American president has EVER helped Yisrael they are politicians no politician is in their position no matter who they are even Netanyahu unless they are good liars.

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Dajjal  pgc123 • 3 hours ago
I give Truimp credit for finally enforcing the Jerusalem Embassy Act, which no President before him would do. I piss on him for saying that Israel would pay a "higher price for peace" because of that act and for questioning Israel's desire for peace. I am disgusted by his damned plan and the insane demands being made on Isarael!!!

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Tom Boye  Dajjal • 3 hours ago
I sense his absurd plan is a cover/mask, pointing out the silliness of 2 state thinking.... but we'll see!

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Dajjal  Tom Boye • an hour ago
I sen se that you attrribute too much sensitivity to Trump.


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Yisrael at SMBfission  Adam • 7 hours ago
they do make sense from the standpoint that Israel shouldn't need any "American approval" to begin with. If the Arab world didn't want annexation, they should have ever invaded Israel. It's as simple as that. What happened to Germany after world war 2? It got carved up. Their mistake? Invading in the first place. Anything within Israel's sovereignty is a sovereign decision; it has nothing to do with America.

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Maurice H  Adam • 7 hours ago
Excellent comment. Try it! It will never fly thanks to Iran and its proxies, but at least you will show you tried!


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gerald m. serlin  Adam • 7 hours ago
Or, just as easily, Yamina's actions make good sense. If there will never be a two-state solution, as seems inevitable, better to admit the truth of that, rather than pursue some unattainable goal and keep up the false hopes of the Arabs to throw the Jews out of their own country.

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Brooklyn Ease  Adam • 7 hours ago • edited
Annexation does not need a kosher label from Donald Trump, and should have taken place many years ago. The Right does not believe in negotiating with the Palestinians on land rights or state rights, so they are just being consistent to their position, and those who think this is a move against Trump are simply feeding the idea that everything is about Trump and his sensitivities. It is rather Netanyahu who has waffled in whatever direction will maintain him in the PM seat. Ironically, neither he nor Trump are true conservatives.

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Brooklyn Ease  Guest • 7 hours ago
You are stating what the problem has been for the past 50 years. It is always the compromise that has brought Israel further and further away from lasting peace and yet to keep itself in one piece. The dictionary definition of compromise has little similarity to what Israel has done and has received in return.

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Adam  Brooklyn Ease • 7 hours ago
The USA sends Israel Billions of Dollars a year. They saved the Jews in WW2. They are Israel's only friend in the UN. And now they have accepted Jerusalem as the capital, and Golan Heights as part of Israel.

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kktex12  Adam • 3 hours ago
and your point is???? Are they to be lap dogs because of this?? I think not!!!

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Rahel  Adam • 6 hours ago
Correction: First, the USA does not send Israel billions of dollars a year. The USA loans Israel money which Israel has to use to buy American military supplies which employs thousands of Americans in military factories.
Second, the USA did NOT save the Jews in WWII. FDR is responsible for the murder of hundreds of thousands of Jews that he would not allow into the US during WWII. There were, however, a small amount of private organizations that were able to save a few hundred children. Please get your facts correct before stating nonsense!

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Norm  Rahel • 6 hours ago
US was one of the allies that saved the World that Jews were the worst hit vs %. Don't negate 70 million deaths. Most countries blocked Jews so don't infer US was an exception. You're the one who needs to get the facts right.

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kktex12  Norm • 3 hours ago
You need to read a little history. fdr was anti semetic and so were most of his administration. They were directly responsible for the deaths of the Jews on the SS St. Louis and refusing to admit Jewish refugees fleeing the Nazi tyranny.

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Brooklyn Ease  Adam • 6 hours ago • edited
Rebuttal highlights: The money is for the US's security and energy interests as much as it is for Israel as a democracy. If not for Israel, every hegemonic state from Syria and Egypt in the 60's and 70's to Iran today would have damaged US interests in the Middle East. The US also sends millions of dollars a year to the Palestinians to pay terrorist families - so what counts is what is done with the money, not the mere sending of it. The UN is pointless and is and always has been all about sanctions against Israel, with or without the US. The secular capital of Israel could have stayed in Tel Aviv - the move is effectively meaningless until all official US documents refer to Jerusalem, as "Jerusalem, Israel". And I have a large family tree that was eliminated by the Nazis because US did not save Jews in as timely fashion.

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ruben zagagi  Adam • 8 hours ago
It's true that Trump did a lot for Israel. But Yamina standing up for its ideology does not mean any disrespect. What matters at the end of the day is facts of the ground. The argument that freezing building of Jewish homes is more harmful than the benefit of annexation is valid.

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Maurice H  ruben zagagi • 7 hours ago
You will regret this if the Dems take over in 2020. None of them even had the decency to go to AIPAC.

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Hector Zuniga  Maurice H • 5 hours ago
Demon-c-rats have no chance in the next election, Trump will roll over them like a freight train, their candidate got not charisma, poor figure that's all.

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ruben zagagi  Maurice H • 7 hours ago
Israel needs to do what’s good for Israel regardless of who is in the White House. Now is a golden opportunity to build as much as possible Jewish.

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Adam  ruben zagagi • 7 hours ago
There should be a strategy occupying Yehudah and Shomron, and not just allow the settlers to settle where ever. It should be coordinated with the Defense Ministry to create a line of defense. Areas of most importance should be occupied first, for example a strip connecting Hebron and Jerusalem.
Instead the settlers do as they wish, wasting a lot our defense budget to protect them.

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ProclaimLiberty  Adam • 27 minutes ago
Settlers have never been "allowed to settle wherever", Adam. They have never even tried to settle anywhere but in the territory allotted for Jewish settlement by the 1920 San Remo agreements. Recall that these same agreements are also the basis for Arab settlement in all the nations which surround Israel (except perhaps Egypt, which predated the agreements). These others, Arab nations all, uniformly forbid Jews to live or to do business therein except under dhimmi strictures, at best, and often not even thus.

As for "wasting ... our defense budget", are these settlers and their businesses and farms not Israeli taxpayers? Do you mistake them for aliens from Mars, or something? They are part of "our" defensive front line, though too often they are left to fend for themselves. If you think them too uncoordinated or sparsely positioned, blame the forces that have inhibited settlement during the past half-century.

There are already quite a number of Jews living between Jerusalem and Hebron, and Rt.60 is a major thoroughfare to connect them. Improvements to this highway are planned, and some are in progress already. But extending sovereignty to the area would be a positive step forward.


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Matthew Lathum • 11 hours ago
at last somebody told NO ! to USA daddy ! Bravo Yamina. Hashem is owner of the land not USA !

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Betty Anthony  Matthew Lathum • 7 hours ago
Trump is not our daddy and he respects Israel. But he does make mistakes and if he thinks giving away part of Israel is good then he is wrong. But Abbas will never never agree to anything that the US suggests. Like has been said, they want Israel gone.


Tom Boye  Betty Anthony • 6 hours ago
 if he thinks giving away part of Israel is good

Yes, that's probably exactly what he's thinking ...!

Tom Boye  Matthew Lathum • 10 hours ago
USA does not consider itself owner of the land

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