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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

88 US Senators sign letter to Obama opposing UN-imposed 'solutions' in the Middle East, 2 of Israel's best friends don't sign

Greetings from Boston's Logan Airport where I am having a travel evening. I'm headed to... Chicago.

88 United States Senators have signed an AIPAC-drafted letter urging President Obama to oppose UN attempts to impose a 'solution' to the Israeli-'Palestinian' conflict. Two of Israel's best friends in the Senate - Marco Rubio (R-Fl) and Ted Cruz (R-Tx) did not sign the letter. Here's why. The letter says
The only way to resolve the conflicts between the two is through direct negotiations that lead to a sustainable two-state solution with a future state of Palestine living in peace and security with Israel. This outcome would provide Israel with greater security and strengthen regional stability. We remain optimistic that, under the right circumstances, Israel and Palestinians can successfully resume productive negotiations toward this goal.
My guess is that Rubio and Cruz don't agree with two-state anymore. I wonder why. 

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At 6:57 PM, Blogger TRUTHSWORD said...

Why frame the conflict between "the two", unless it is meant the Arab-Muslim world and Israel?
To frame it as a conflict between the P.A. and Israel is extremely misleading.
Besides, the P.A. is temporary and in violation of almost all the Oslo accords, therefore has not right to a legal standing.


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