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Any Israeli appeasement and capitulations to Arab demands will bring more violence as past history has proven.

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Submitted by YJ Draiman (United States), Dec 26, 2017 at 12:49

Any Israeli appeasement and capitulations to Arab demands will bring more violence as past history has proven.

rab terror and violence has nullified any agreements with Israel It is Israel responsibility to give a 90 day notice to the UN and the world at large that it intends to exercise its historical and international rights under international law agreements and treaties of post WWI which are still in effect and have not been superseded or abrogated. Under those treaties all of what is defined as Palestine aka The Land of Israel is in effect belongs to Israel and the Jewish people. The Oslo Accords are null and void as the Arab-Palestinian leader Mahmmoud Abbas (who incites terror and violence) stated to the U.N. that he is not abiding by its terms and never has.

Israel will no longer will tolerate the deceptive Arab term of occupation by Israel of its own territory; it is internationally guaranteed by the April 1920 San Remo Conference and others; it is Jewish land liberated by Israel.

The Arabs and some of the international community deceptively believe that Israel is the occupier of its own historical territory.
It is the Arabs who are the occupiers of Jewish territory and commit a continuous terror and violence.

It is the Arab countries who terrorized and expelled over a million Jewish families and confiscated all their assets, including personal items, businesses, homes and over 46,000 sq. mi. of Jewish owned Real estate for over 2,600 years. Most of the expelled Jewish families from Arab countries were resettled in Israel and today comprise over half the population in Israel.

The Arabs received over 6 million sq. mi. of territory after WWI with a wealth of oil reserves and these territories are not questioned including Jordan which is Jewish territory. But the Arabs/Muslims will not be satisfied until they take over the whole world, not just Israel.

It is time to face reality and stop deluding yourselves; we are dealing with Arabs/Muslims who for centuries cannot make peace between themselves; they are killing each other by the millions; and you expect them to make peace with Israel. After 70 years of efforts and concessions by Israel, it is time to change direction and reclaim what is justly and legally Jewish territory.

YJ Draiman

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