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Annexation Date is Come - Are Israel's Enemies Gloating Yet?

Reader comment on item: Annexing the West Bank Would Hurt Israel
in response to reader comment: Who is Holding the Pistol to Whose Head?

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 1, 2020 at 05:34

So we see hesitation on the sovereignty front. Do we think this urge to suppress Israel is going to win the day? Actually, like we mentioned earlier, this is like a peat fire (pardon the earlier typo). Do not mistake the temporary pause as a reason to think it may not happen. Even the opinion of a noteworthy former military officer who thinks it is a mistake did not consider the full ramifications if it does not happen: Israel has a destiny that no amount of dissent to the eventuality.

What oxygen is required to spark the conflagration that is sure to come. It is spoken of all the time. Hatred of Israel will be more than enough when it finally reaches the fever pitch that is the proxy desires of the state (not just Iran) sponsored terrorism waiting in the wings. They can barely hold their peace now. Wait until they think they have found their opportunity: annexation will become the least of their problems.


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