Saturday, 18 June 2011

Peres: Israel is doomed as ‘Jewish state’ - Netanyahu: No solution without recognizing Israel as a Jewish state

Whoever accepts the basic principle of the 1967 lines will receive international support from the world. Whoever rejects it will lose the world,” Shimon Peres told a group of people who visited him, reported Israeli daily Ha’aretz on June 17, 2011.
I’m concerned about the continued freeze in the peace talks. I’m concerned that Israel will become a binational state. What is happening now is total foot-dragging. We’re about to crash into the wall. We’re galloping at full speed toward a situation where Israel will cease to exist as a Jewish state, Peres added.

Shimon Peres has finally realized the fact that world-wide de-legitimizing Israel campaign is gaining momentum each day. However, Peres, like million of his fellow Zionists, still believe that Israel is Jewish state.

Interestingly, it was Zionist President Harry Truman who crossed the word ‘Jewish’ from the name of Israel submitted to him by David Ben Gurion’s Zionist entity on May 14, 1948 (see photo of the document).

The Zionists’ biblical narrative ‘God promised Holy Land to Jews’ – has been challenged by modern scholars on the accuracy of biblical account on a number of grounds, concluding that it must be regarded largely as theology and tradition rather than genuine history. These scholars seriously dispute whether Moses, David and Solomon established an extensive Jewish kingdom, ruled from Jerusalem, over most of Palestine.

The Zionist entity has no written Constitution and its legal system is driven from racist Talmudic teaching. Many activities which are prohibited by Moses law, such as, sex slavery, abortion, homosexuality, divorce, etc. – are legalized in Israel. Furthermore, Moses law calls for death penality, stoning, polygamy, etc. are illegal in Israel.
No solution without recognizing Israel as a Jewish state
Netanyahu: No solution without recognizing Israel as a Jewish state

[ 18/06/2011 - 10:37 AM ] 
OCCUPIED JERUSALEM, (PIC)-- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has reiterated that the Israeli-Arab conflict would remain until the Palestinians recognize Israel as a state for the Jews.

He said that Israel would not fight over “a few kilometers of land”, but that what was important is that the Palestinians recognize Israel as a Jewish state.

He added, in a statement to Israel’s Haaretz newspaper, that as long as Abbas didn’t recognize Israel there would be no way to reach an agreement.

Tzipi Livni, who heads the opposition party in Israel, attacked Netanyahu during a Knesset session saying that he has buried any chance for peace or normal coexistence in the Mideast

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