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Friday, June 25, 2010

The Likud on a 'two-state solution'

Here are some quotes on the 'two-state solution' that were to be read at what turned out to be a sparsely attended Likud Central Committee meeting on Thursday night.
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu himself is quoted as saying, “Judea and Samaria will not be Judenrein. I will not evacuate communities, and I will not establish a Palestinian state… The supreme test of every public figure is whether he keeps his promises to the public, and this test my colleagues and I have passed.”
Well, maybe.
# Deputy Prime Minister Moshe Yaalon: “I do not believe in the solution of two states for two peoples.”

# Minister Benny Begin: “No to a Palestinian state, no to a foreign entity in Judea and Samaria.”

# Finance Minister Yuval Steinitz: “A Palestinian state will lead to the end of Israel.”

# Education Minister Gideon Saar: “Any blow to the settlement enterprise in Judea and Samaria will be a blow to the security of Tel Aviv and Netanya. Preserving the Land of Israel is our guarantee for security. We will not agree to the establishment of a Palestinian state.”

# Coalition whip MK Ze’ev Elkin: “I will fully oppose the establishment of a Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria.”
And you thought it was just Obama who abandoned his promises.

I can't help but wonder why the lead party in Israel's ruling coalition thinks it's such a terrible thing to admit to being opposed to giving half our country to an Islamist terror organization. Try asking Bibi that one at his next press conference.

3 Comments:

At 5:53 AM, Blogger NormanF said...

The Likud should be honest and publicly declare a two state solution is not in Israel's interests. Israel will get condemned for it. But in life you have to take a stand on principle. This one is it. Unless the Likud is going to uproot 500,000 Jews from their homes, its a non-starter - and every one knows it.

 
At 10:08 PM, Blogger israel-environment said...

What they say and how they vote are according to different agendas. They say what the majority right in Israel wants to hear, that gives them a better slot in the Likud - even makes the PMs, like Sharon and Netanyahu. When they vote, is to execute a leftist policy and what the USA wants.

 
At 8:46 PM, Blogger The Malek said...

Really?! No to a two state solution? When will you people quit giving the rest of the world headaches? I just want to know what a "democratic" society will do when muslims outnumber jews in Israel in a few years. Me thinks deportation, repression, and disenfranchisement. Once that happens the world will throw up its hands and say, "We give up".

 

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