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Revisiting the Scenario - Again - Victory or Defeat No Longer Viable Under Former Circumstances

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Nov 8, 2021 at 10:53

A final determination of whether Israel is eventually allowed to consolidate her ancestral territories under the familiar familial hereditary nomenclature is still waiting in the wings. Many who are are convinced (as this observer is) that the eventual dispensation of Israeli sovereignty is on the threshold of reestablishment over the prejudiced objections of the 'Palestinian' indigent societies that appear ready to implode at any given moment, they are really not ready yet to have that determination made: why? Simple; there's not a stitch of evidence to show it will succeed.
Had there been a real argument that Israel should never have been given a chance at returning to their ancestral homeland, does anyone now think the United Nations could have made that assertion stick? How is that in complete repudiation of the attempts to exterminate the Jewish people in Europe (try to deny it-you cannot-more determined haters of the Jewish populations are buried in their place-Iranian Islamic Regime-take notice), Israel is not going anywhere except to be the center of the world. It's a given; wait for it.


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