Israel rejects French ‘two-state’ initiative

“Folks who still keep hope for a ‘two-state’ solution are ignorant of western colonial history. The notorious Belfour Declaration (1917) proposed a ‘two-state’ which was rejected by the World Jewish Congress even before Ben-Gurion’s unilateral declaration state of Israel on May 14, 1948.

The only viable solution to the Jews-Palestinian conflict is a single democratic state in historic Palestine with equal right for both Native Muslims and Christians, and foreign Jewish settlers.”

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On January 29, the Zionist regime rejected the new peace initiative by French foreign minister Laurent Fabius (Jewish). Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz reported a senior Israeli official saying that Fabius threat to recognize a Palestinian state (under Mahmoud Abbas) should the talks reach a dead end is blackmail.

“The foreign minister of France says up front that if his initiative reaches a dead end, France will recognize a Palestinian state. This statement is an incentive for the Palestinians to bring about a dead end. Negotiations cannot be held nor peace achieved in this manner,” Ha’aretz quoted the Israeli official.

In August 2015, former US president Jimmy Carter admitted that the so-called two-state solution is dead. Carter mainly blamed Israel for the execution of a Palestinian state.

Like Jimmy Carter, American proxy at United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, also took courage in his final year at the international forum to speak truth…

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