“The Israeli-Palestinian conflict will end once Israel withdraws to the 1967 lines.”
These are the words of former Tanzim chief Marwan Barghouti says Arab Spring bound to benefit Palestinians’ peaceful resistance; says there’s only one way to end conflict
Marwan Barghouti, former Fatah Secretary-General in the West Bank who is serving a life sentence in Israel for terror activities, told Ynet on Wednesday that “the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will end once Israel withdraws to the 1967 lines.”
Barghouti testified Wednesday in a court case of Kleinman vs. the Palestinian Authority: The suite was filed by the family of Esther Kleinman, who was killed in a shooting attack near Ramallah in 2002, and alleges the Barghouti was directly involved in the shooting, which took place while he was head of the Tanzim – Fatah’s militant faction.
He also welcomed the events of the Arab Spring, saying “the results of the revolutions in the Arab world are bound to be good for the Palestinian people. The Palestinians will enjoy better support for their peaceful resistance.”
For Israel to make peace with men like Marwan Barghouti, is like Nevil Chamberlain making a peace deal with Adolf Hitler.
If the Nazi-leader just could get his hand of Sudetenland, Hitler promised peace.
The mountains of Sudetenland in today’s Czech republic, was handed over to Hitler.
The very next year Hitler attacked Poland, and the World War II was a fact.
The deal done on Sudetenland, is like the deal that will lead to the surrender of the Mountains of Zion.
The moment Israel hand this land over to a new Islamic Republic of Palestine, the Jewish state is doomed for total distraction.
I am for peace; but when I speak, they are for war.
Israel must never again move back beyond the cease fire lines of 1967. Jerusalem is today a liberated city, and the Zionist state secure religious freedom in the city of David.
Written by Ivar