Kerry do not understand the Israeli-Arab conflict

The US feels the conflict in the Middle East is a about borders. He fails to understand that Muslims wants to see Israel deleted.

John Kerry shakes hands with Israeli President Shimon Peres.
John Kerry shakes hands with Israeli President Shimon Peres.

A senior Israeli official involved in the talks held in Jerusalem with U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said that Israel opposes Kerry’s proposal to resume negotiations with the PA on the basis of discussing border and security issues alone. The official said that Kerry “thinks that the conflict is primarily over territory…and that is wrong.”

“Israel opposes placing the issues of borders and security at the preliminary stage of negotiations, and we said this to Kerry. On this issue, there is full consent among all the ministers dealing with the Palestinian subject, including Tzipi Livni.”

Israel demands that if negotiations are to be resumed, they will need to address, in parallel, all core issues of the final settlement – including recognition of Israel as a Jewish state and a solution to the refugee problem.

If the discussion commences with talks about borders and security, Israel will only give, and will get almost nothing in return,” the official said. “When we get to the issues where the Palestinians will need to give something up – like the right of return – we won’t have any bargaining chips left.”

In addition, Israel also opposes making significant gestures toward the Palestinians before the resumption of negotiations. Off the table are any moves such as releasing prisoners, transferring weapons to the PA’s security services, and the promotion of economic projects that would require the transfer of land to Palestinian control.

“There is no problem with setting up sewage treatment plants, schools or roads in Area C. But if we’re talking about transferring land through economic projects, then we’re not ready to do so. If negotiations are renewed, we will be willing to perform many gestures and steps, but they will take place as part of a process that is already underway.”

Source: Israeli newspaper Haaretz.

My comment:

If the conflict between Israel and Arabs was based on borders, the Arabs would not have attacked Israel on the day of its birth.

In 1948, Israel had no borders. The Arabs simply wanted to destroy the Jewish statehood, the same day it was established.

A secular man like John Kerry, do not at all understand the spiritual realities in the Middle East. Muslims do not what to have a Jewish state in their midst. They wants Jews to live in submission to “allah”, or to face the sword.

 Psalm 35:19

Do not let those gloat over me who are my enemies without cause; do not let those who hate me without reason maliciously wink the eye.

The best message to the Arabs world, is that we want to see a strong Israel, remaining not possible to defeat.

The IDF must be capable to defeat any Arab military force, any day under all kinds of circumstances.

Only the day the Arabs recognizes Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state, there will be peace in the Middle East. We who believe in Jesus the Messiah knows that this day will never come. The Jews will rather be fooled into a “false peace agreement”, and taken for a ride towards the second Holocaust.

 Matthew 23:39

For I tell you, you will not see me again until you say, ‘Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord.’”

Behold:

In the midst of Jacobs trouble, Jesus the Messiah will return. He will rescue the Jews who were waiting for Him, and have called on Him to come. Amen.

Do not reject Him.

Written by Ivar

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