Return to 1967 frontiers will not bring peace to Israel and Middle East

If a Palestinian state were established in Judea and Samaria, Israeli Arabs would demand autonomy in the Galilee and the Negev. They would build stronger bonds with the Palestinian Authority.

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Fresh division in the Israeli government. Both Avigdor Lieberman and Ehud Barak needs to put their trust in God of Israel, the only true protector of Zion.

This is the words of Foreign Minister Avigdor Liebermanm as he addressed the Saban Forum in Jerusalem on Saturday.

Lieberman warned that a return to the pre-1967 lines, with a Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria, would bring the conflict into Israel’s borders, according to Israel Radio and other Israeli media outlets.

Establishing a Palestinian state will not bring an end to the conflict, Lieberman was quoted as saying.

The forum’s deliberations were supposed to be conducted behind closed doors, but Lieberman’s comments were immediately reported by Hebrew news sites and then by Israel Radio.

Defense Minister Ehud Barak had a radical different view than Liberman. The defense minister said that the fact that Israel was controlling another people for 42 years was at the root of «weakening international support for Israel and phenomena like the Goldstone Report«, Barak said.

«it is our responsibility to end this. We have vital interests and nothing needs to happen at any price or by running amok, but we must not be confused regarding our responsibility to reach an agreement with the Palestinians».

Source: Jerusalem Post

My comment:

If the Jewish people sucumb to International pressure, they will give up the view that Judea and Samaria, Gaza and Golan was liberated in 1967. The victorius war will forever be remembered as an Imperalistic war, that lead Israel to occupy land that belongs to others.

What Edud Barak is saying, is that «Erez Israel» is not the land God of the Bible gifted to the Jewish people, and the homecoming to Zion is meaningless.

In this issue Avigdor Lieberman is correct. The 1967 war that brought unification of Jerusalem lead to liberation of Jewish land, that had been under Islamic occupation. A move back to the cease fire lines of 1967, will not result in the dismantling of the PLO, Fatah and Hamas. It will result in the defeat of Zionism. Whatever deal based on «land for peace» will only bring in a false peace.

Barak seems to already have forgotten Gaza and Sderot. Again the defense minister put his trust in wicked men, and forgets the covenant with His creator and God.

3 thoughts on “Return to 1967 frontiers will not bring peace to Israel and Middle East

  1. It’s vitally important to underscore that the cease-fire lines og 1967 (aswell as the Green Line i.e. 1949 Armistice lines) are totally arbitrary and have nothing to with fixed international borders. The area which constituted the Isreli borders of 14.05.1948 (plus the Golan Heights) should form the basis until the Messiah decides where the line should be drawn after his return.

    1. Dear Mike.

      You are correct.

      Exodus 13:5
      When the LORD brings you into the land of the Canaanites, Hittites, Amorites, Hivites and Jebusites—the land he swore to your forefathers to give you, a land flowing with milk and honey—you are to observe this ceremony in this month.

      Some people might call God of the Bible an imperialist, or an occupier. Because there were people living in Canaan before Abraham came there, and Joshva was told to capture it. But who owns the Earth, who own His creation? Who give people the right to live in a land, and who makes them refugees?

      The Bible says the people who lived in Canaan before the tribes of Israel entered were wicked. Thats why God destroyed them. The people who fight Israel on an Islamic agenda today, are equally wicked. You just have to turn on your TV, and you will come to know.

      How many people have been killed today, in the name of Allah? People even kill them self in the name of Allah. Thats Biblical for extreme evil.

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