Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Israel Criticizes Argentina's Recognition of Palestinian State which followed Brazil's recognition of pre 1967 Borders: It's a movement!




The latest activity was Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas' request from Turkey to recognize the Palestinian state. Palestinian officials expect that more Latin American countries, such as Uruguay and Peru as well as some European countries will soon make their declaration of recognizing the future Palestinian state. This momentum will give the stalled talks the kick it needs. Israel Criticizes Argentina's Recognition of Palestinian State which followed Brazil's recognition of 1967 Borders I love it, it's about time!

Palestinian's have bent backwards: Lack of a peace solution to the Israeli crisis we created keeps being blamed on the Palestinians and I for one am quite sick of it! Israel could lease Palestinian lands in exchange for Palestinian statehood: report I am thinking this can be done after all my apprehension. With Palestine rebuffing Iran, Iran would be the one left out in the cold.

Palestinian refusal to recognize Israel as a Jewish state shows they are not serious about two-state solution. What about Israel's refusal to go back to 1967 borders, to stop building settlements, or to let Palestine have a homeland free of Jews if they want? What about UN resolution 181 established in 1947?

PLO wants map from US with future Israeli border Can you blame them? No bargaining make Israel adhere to UN resolution 181, no alternative! It is more than fair and equitable.

The only thing to do is to force the instigating war mongers Israel to adhere to 181 or leave them to their own demise and Iran would see to it. You know, first reading how Israel and Palestine was allotted their territories in 1948 I do not condone that Israel has not been forced to adhere to that resolution. We, the US Britain and Europe especially are as guilty as Israel for not insisting Israel adhere to UN Resolution 181

"In the eyes of Palestinians, the occupation began in '48 and not in '67," Ya'alon told Army Radio. "Not only Hamas thinks this – Abu Mazen [Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas does too." I think that too! I refuse to believe we took it upon ourselves to displace the Palestinians and give their land to the Jews in 1948 because we felt bad for them.

I hate to say it but I agree with Ahmadinejad that if Europe and the US felt so bad about what happened to Jews during WW2 then they should have given them part of their country. If they did we would not be in this situation. There will never be peace in the middle east unless there is an agreement to go back to UN Resolution 181 that was established in 1947.

We should in fact take care of Jewish American's and American's and our interests in Israel and otherwise tell them in no uncertain terms they are on their own if they continue to instigate war not peace and expecting us to come to their rescue. I love the way this is gaining momentum and I finally believe there is a chance for a two State solution but not peace in the Middle East. * The ball is in Israel's court!



James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
http://anaverageamericanpatriot.blogspot.com

6 comments:

Allison said...

I think Argentina should not have placed an opinon in such an issue.
I was in Buenos Aires apartments at that time, and saw this on local TV.

an average patriot said...

Hi Allison sorry I just saw this. You may be right but South American countries recognizing Palestine may be what it takes to force Israel to comply but I still see only war thanks to Israel!

Daniel said...

yeah, Israel keeps lobbing rockets into arab civillian centers... wait no that is the terrorist arabs that are doing that. You idiots who think Israel has no right to it's homeland without terrorist attacks are too stupid and blinded by the media---don't forget to breathe

an average patriot said...

Sorry I overlooked this Daniel but I just found it when I was looking for something to prove Israel has the right but she does not want a two state solution with 1967 Borders period.

R.L. said...

I agree with Daniel 100%, except for the forgetting to breath part.

househunter77449 said...

If a UN nation recoginizes the Algonquain Nation, when can these people expect to get Massachessetts back?