Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas is not a partner for a permanent peace agreement.
These are the words of Defense Minister Moshe Ya’alon (Likud) said in a Channel 2 interview on Saturday. This was just days before Abbas is set to meet with U.S. President Barack Obama at the White House.
“Unfortunately, an agreement will not happen in my generation,” Ya’alon said. Ya’alon also questioned U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s impartiality.
“I am not sure Kerry is a fair mediator,” Ya’alon said. “We’ll see at the end of the process.” Ya’alon said that a peace deal could not be reached without Palestinian recognition of Israel as a Jewish state.
“Abbas has resorted to the Oslo trick, no recognition and no promises,” Ya’alon said. “Abbas is a partner who takes, not a partner who gives. He is not a partner for a permanent peace agreement that includes recognition of Israel as the national state of the Jewish people. He just takes back prisoners. A country isn’t founded by U.N. declaration, but on the ground. Judea and Samaria and Gaza are dependent on us. If we aren’t in Judea and Samaria, Hamas will take over instead of Abbas”.
Source: Israeli Hayom
It is amazing that Israel has to prove it deserve to exist, in so-called negotiating with an Islamic terror organization.
The PLO leadership should be removed from Ramallah, and the Arabs’ living in Samaria be released from this curse.
The Arabs must learn from history. Jihad against the Jewish state has only brought misery on cities like Cairo, Damascus and Beirut. Now its time to accept the Zionist state, or face deportation from this area.
because those will be days of distress unequalled from the beginning, when God created the world, until now – and never to be equalled again.
….I know what I suggest is impossible. Even though it would be the only sensible thing to do. The is no solution to this problem, but the return of the Messiah. Those who has created this evil will face stern judgment. Repent from your sins today, and submit to the Lordship of Jesus the Messiah.
Written by Ivar