PM denies he abandoned commitment to creating a Palestinian state, while affirming country’s strong ties with US, saying Israel has “no greater ally”.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu denied on Thursday that he had abandoned his commitment to creating a Palestinian state, but said current political conditions made that possibility more remote.
“I don’t want a one-state solution. I want a sustainable, peaceful two-state solution. But for that, circumstances have to change,” Netanyahu said in an interview on MSNBC, appearing to back away from comments he made during the Israeli election campaign that drew heavy US criticism.
The prime minister also affirmed his country’s strong ties with the United States on Thursday after tensions in the run-up to his election victory, saying Israel has “no greater ally.”
The majority of the Nationalist camp in Israel voted for Likud and Benjamin Netanyahu, hoping he was serious about renouncing a two-state-solution. Just to experience a u-turn within the next 24 hours after the election.
This double game became a great loss for Naftali Bennet in Bayit Ha-Yehudi. This party committed to Zionism lost five seats in the last days up to the elections. Likud seems to have gain them all.
When we se the double talk of Benjamin Netanyahu, we understand why the youth of Israel is feed up with their politicians. The settlers in Judea and Samaria will find them selves betrayed. There seems to be no fear of God, no respect for the God of Israel.
Jesus the Messiah warned us about terrible times as we approach the end of the age of grace. The Jewish people will be cornered from all sdes, and Zionism will be compromised.
Please stand up for the Jewish peoples right to live in Judea and Samaria. With the liberated and united city of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.
Written by Ivar