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Israel-Palestine, Greek-Turkish Cypress, & One China Taiwan

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Submitted by Robert (United States), Jan 14, 2017 at 06:48

What do these three countries not have in common?

On Sunday (tomorrow), it is estimated that 70 countries will convene in Paris to decide (somewhat) the fate of the national dispute of the Israeli Jews and Palestinian Arabs in their region of Irredentist dispute.

I propose that shortly after that the same 70 countries convene also in Paris, on a Sunday certain to determine a similar dispute over Cyprus.

Similarly, there should be a meeting by the same 70 to decide the fate of Taiwan.

There are arguably other places for a similar disposition, like Kashmir, and the South China Sea.

If not, why not? Why is France, and why are the 70 countries "obsessed" with Israel, or with Jews building homes on non-private land ? International Law is, after all, what the Security Council, always only 15 other countries determining what Sovereign Israel may not do. And if it's Legal, is it Just, or merely anti-Semitic one more. When Hitler was exterminating Jews during World War II, only the Dominican Republic "opened its doors" to Jewish Refugees. The result is that there are at least 6,000,000 vacancies where Palestinians should be permitted to Settle in place of the vacancies created by exterminated Jews. This figure doesn't even include the millions of vacancies created in Arab and Muslim lands 3 years after the Holocaust when the UN confirmed the Mandate of Palestine as the Home of the Jews who survived. Once again, why is it assumed that Jewish

Settlements in Palestine is not Ethnic Cleansing of Jews from Palestine? If the Two-State Solution is becoming remote, that should be attributed to (1) the failure of Compromising with Israel by the Palestinians in a good faith negotiation, and (2) that failure is to be attributed to the rest of the the world for its persistent effective support of Palestinian Terror, Hamas Muslim Brotherhood in Gaza, and Incompetent and Corrupt governance by Abbas in the West Bank and international fora. (3) The Catastrophic failure of the Palestinian Cause is, in my estimation, due to the Arab and Muslim dream of exterminating Israel as a mere "Entity" (as Iran "honestly" calls it) in its Arab-Muslim bosom. (4) Antisemitism is the motive of the Christian world for refusing to accept the idea that the so-called "killers of Christ" (a Jew himself who was crucified by Rome under Roman Law) have created a strong and thriving and growing modern Startup State that's still growing in the 21st Century.

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