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Validity of 'Two State Solution' Always in Question - Faulty Presumption of Former Ottoman Occupation of the Levant

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Sep 22, 2022 at 23:49

Perceptions of Arab prognostications of sovereignty over the ancient Israeli 'Davidic-Solomonic' kingdom are the fabric of vivid modern imaginations of the land promised to the seed of Abraham: one would not expect a son of Abraham to give any heed to such fables; and yet Lapid seems ready to surrender what he does not respect.
Yet, he is not alone in such contemplations; apparently, seemingly desperate in forming some sense of political stability while not realizing the more stable posturing is to retain and defend sovereignty over the entirety of the land described in the eternal promise. Of such is the obvious cause and effect of why Israel cannot seem to get a handle on governing under any Knesset driven democratic process: where is the consensus of protecting the sovereignty when enemies of the state are resident in the Knesset?
Israel is in possession now and it will not be the fault of the British if promoting the 'Two State Solution' gains traction under the faulty perception that the 'Palestinians' might have a share in stealing Israel's sovereignty just to satisfy a jaded world (Muslim) view that Israel does not have a right to exist.


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