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Instead of Seeking 'Palestinian' Prosperity - Making Pacts Against Israeli Victory

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Oct 4, 2021 at 10:12

If one wonders why it appears so hard to gain any traction in the attempts to unify the inheritance of the Children of Abraham Isaac and Jacob, a new Exhibit in diffidence to that prospect is apparently being manufactured as we read that Meretz members of Knesset are trying once again to seek an implementation of a revived failed 'two-state-solution' that is nothing more than an acknowledgement of the insidious and malicious intention of destroying a unified Israel. The 'two-state-solution', like it name implies, is an ill-advised solution that does not seek Israel's best interests in that it does not contain the formula for practical success.
In actuality, it is based upon a formula that would 'tolerate' a Jewish presence in the Holy Land until the intended replacement ummah could be introduced by the next, or the next after jihad.
Where is the Israel victory in that, one might ask the members of the Meretz party?

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