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Wednesday, March 26, 2014

Arab League backs Abu Mazen's refusal to sign an end-of-conflict statement

The Arab League has issued a statement backing the refusal of 'moderate' 'Palestinian' President Mahmoud Abbas Abu Mazen to recognize Israel as a Jewish state.
The Arab League announced on Wednesday a full backing of a Palestinian refusal to meet Israel's demand to be recognized as a Jewish state, a condition Jerusalem says it required for peace.
"We express our total rejection of the call to consider Israel as a Jewish state," read a statement from the final day of the Arab summit in Kuwait.
Palestinians fear the label would lead to discrimination against Israel's sizable Arab minority, while Israelis say it recognizes Jewish history and rights on the land.
What's really behind this question is that the 'Palestinians' refuse to say that giving them a Judenrein (free of Jews) 'Palestinian state' while leaving Israel with over a million 'Israeli Arabs' will not be the end of the conflict.  In other words, the 'Palestinians' reject the entire premise of a 'two-state solution' which is that the establishment of a 'Palestinian state' (dividing the land for a second time) will spell the end of the conflict.

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At 8:15 PM, Blogger Bill said...

Notice also that the Arab League's fear that recognition of Israel as a Jewish state would lead to discrimination against the Arab minority implicitly admits that at present there is no such discrimination. This belies their lies about Apartheid.

At 11:51 AM, Blogger israel-environment said...

It shows yet again that this peace thing is part of a phased plan of the Arabs to push the Jews into the Med. Sea!


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