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A Unified Israel is a Strong Israel - United State of Israel

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Submitted by YJ Draiman (United States), Aug 13, 2015 at 18:33

United State of Israel


A Unified Israel is a Strong Israel

All Israeli politicians and leaders must understand, any and all internal conflict which leads to divisiveness weakens Israel. If they really care about Israel as well as its people and want Israel to survive in these difficult times, they must unify in a common cause and work together to enhance Israel's safety and security. They must learn how to overcome their differences, for the sake of Israel and its people. Any elected or appointed leader, politician or official that pursues divisiveness and continues to incite conflict does not belong in a position to govern or represent Israel and its people. The self-serving agendas of the individual or party, which does not promote unity must stop immediately. The future of Israel depends on it.

"Israel - United we stand, divided we fall. Let us not split into factions which have got to destroy that unification upon which our existence hangs".

Here is a viable alternative: re-create the historical two Jewish entities which followed King Solomon. At that time Greater Israel was one Jewish entity, and Judea and Samaria was the second Jewish entity. For example, this template would allow the citizens of Israel the choice of living in the entity which strictly adheres to Jewish tradition and culture, or, they can live in the other entity which does not strictly adhere to said tradition. The end result would be a much needed unity in the common purpose of maintaining the security and prosperity of Israel regardless of differences.

Without total unity of all Israelis, Israel will be subjected to follow the historical path of many nations which existed before, and now, no longer exist.

YJ Draiman


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