“It is time for Israel to annex Judea and Samaria and put a halt to the dangerous and ultimately doomed land-for-peace process”.
This was the message by Israeli lawmaker Arye Eldad (National Union) to Christian Zionists gathered at Israel’s Knesset on Thursday.
Hundreds of Christian supporters of Israel gathered for the fourth Jerusalem Assembly, an event hosted by the parliament’s Christian Allies Caucus.
In attendance were 115 church leaders representing tens of thousands of churches and hundreds of millions of Christians from around the world.
The highlight of the gathering was a speech delivered by Israeli lawmaker Arye Eldad (National Union), who told the Christians it is time for Israel to annex Judea and Samaria and put a halt to the dangerous and ultimately doomed land-for-peace process.
“The entire world wants two states for two peoples and to end the occupation,” Eldad said. “I am in favor of ending the Muslim occupation that began in the seventh century and establishing a Palestinian state in Jordan.”
What is today known as “Jordan” was originally part of the territory of the British Mandate for Palestine, all of which was promised to the Jews in the Balfour Declaration and at the San Remo Conference in 1920. In historical and legal terms, all of what is today Jordan, Israel and the so-called “West Bank” forms a single territorial unity, and the Arabs who live in those various territories are of one ethnic and cultural background. The “Jordanian” and “Palestinian” national identities are modern inventions.
Eldad believes that with the Arab Spring revolutions threatening the current ruling regime in Jordan, it is only a matter of time before the Palestinian majority there takes over and Jordan “will become the Palestinian state it already is.”
Source: Israel Today
It is easier to say that to do. If Israel had annexed Judea and Samaria after the liberation in 1967, the World would have understood that the Jews looked up on these areas as liberated and theirs.
Israel has de facto kept this area as a no-mans-land for 45 years. The law of Israel is not enforced in Judea and Samaria. These areas are governed by a temporary military instruction given by the Knesset to the IDF.
When the Arabs have accused Israel for occupying this area, Israel has taken a very defensive stand: “These areas are disputed”.
This strategy has failed. Israel has in principle accepted a new state to be formed on “occupied land“, but on certain conduction. The talk around the bush has gone on for almost five decades. To the growing irritation of almost all nations.
My best guess is that the International community will find just another excuse for siding with Radical Israel if Israel starts to plan a re-liberation of “disputed areas”. The Dayton forces are already building the “Palestinian army” in Ramallah. Billions of US dollar has been used to build the new Islamic republic on the mountains of Zion.
What is the solution?
There is no solution. There is only a stalemate. But a final “peace agreement” will be pushed on Israel. Jerusalem will get some candy, for their “willingness” to do a 1967 withdrawal with land swaps, including IDF military presence in the Jordan Vally.
East Jerusalem will not become the capital of a new state, but a new “peace center” for the World. The key lies in an agreement on future use of the Old city. This areas shall be transformed into a special zone with a special administration backed by all World powers. On these lines, the whole World will enter into a great compromise for the sake of “peace”.
When the Jews understand that they have been trapped into a false peace agreement, they will cry out load for the Messiah. Than Jesus the Messiah will return. Blessed is He, who will come in the name of Elohim. Amen.
Written by Ivar