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Israel is on solid legal and historical ground as far as its' territorial boundaries

Reader comment on item: Achieving Peace Through Israeli Victory
in response to reader comment: Jews as Citizens of Disputed Palestine

Submitted by YJ Draiman (United States), Jan 3, 2018 at 16:28

Israel is on solid legal and historical ground as far as its' territorial boundaries west of the Jordan River. In fact, history proves Israel has both a legal and historical claim for a lot of land held by Jordan. See the January 1919 Faisal Weizmann Agreement. (Check British archives which provides evidence how the British defrauded the Jewish people of their complete Historical territory – See The Rape of Palestine by William Ziff)
I think the U.S. should return the country back to the American Indians and Mexico. The European countries and others should return all the territories they took from other countries and so should other countries.

If Israel citizens are on disputed territory in Israel so are the Arab nations on disputed territory. At the April 1920 both The Jews were allocated Palestine with no boundary restrictions and the Arabs received over 6 million square miles of territory with a wealth of oil reserves; if you should dispute one you dispute the other both were allocated at the same time and accepted..

The World at large has for thousands of years wrongfully and maliciously persecuted the Jews, confiscated and stole their assets including personal valuables, homes and Real Estate property. The world at large will try and push us around if we let them. It is time to put an end to such biased unjustified and deliberate persecution.

All the distortions of history up to and including modern day, by biased nations relying upon deceptive, fictitious make-believe facts and wishful beliefs, must not be tolerated any more. While most of the biased world continues to unjustly assail Israel; the nation of Israel contributes to the world a substantial amount of advancement and technology in all fields, including medicine, energy, water desalination, IT, and much more.

Today the Jewish State of Israel has the man-power and the resources to defend itself against most world powers, with the help of the almighty. Thus, it is time for us Jews to become unified and stand up for ourselves as was done during the days of Moses, King David and King Solomon.

We are supposed to be "a stubborn nation" (Am Kshey Oref). Let us utilize our "stubborn" resolve with a strong backbone steeled with our unwavering faith. If we stand our ground without capitulations, we might encounter some obstacles and suffer some set-backs. But in the long run we will be stronger and the world at large will respect us more.

We must overcome the "Diaspora victim mentality" we have too easily accepted over thousands of years.
It is time for all Jews worldwide to raise our heads, and steel our resolve as a proud nation with proud people with our ancestral Jewish code and tradition.
"A United Israel is a Strong Israel"

"Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean!"

YJ Draiman, Los Angeles

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