Annexation Wins Hands Down over a Two-State Solution

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It has become an article of political faith in the West that the creation of an independent Palestinian state will resolve the Arab-Israeli conflict. But the two-state paradigm is based on fictional assumptions – that an ancient Palestinian people occupied the land for thousands of years until its displacement by Israel, that the conflict is driven by this displacement, and that Israel usurped ancestral Arab soil.

These false premises are used to obscure the true nature of the conflict, which is not really a dispute between Israelis and Palestinians over real estate, but rather is a war of annihilation being waged by the entire Arab-Muslim world. The establishment of an independent Palestine will not facilitate peace because the goal of this war is Israel’s demise.

A more rational resolution, and one that makes historical, legal and demographic sense, would be for Israel to annex some or all of Judea, Samaria and other areas that were part of the ancient Jewish commonwealth, which was the only sovereign nation ever to exist between the Jordan and the Mediterranean.

The western media relegates any discussion of annexation to the lunatic fringe, but there is nothing radical about the concept. Indeed, the San Remo Conference of 1920 and the League of Nations Mandate for Palestine of 1922 originally contemplated Jewish settlement throughout the traditional homeland, well before the term “Palestinian” entered common usage after 1967 as a dissimulative weapon in the propaganda war against the Jewish state.

After Transjordan was created on the bulk of Mandate lands under British control, the goal for the remainder was unrestricted Jewish habitation west of the Jordan River. This objective was recognized long before the dialogue was hijacked by the myth of Palestine, a nation that never existed, and by the canard that Judea and Samaria were historically Arab lands. No amount of subterfuge can change the fact that Palestinian nationalism is an artificial construct or that Judea and Samaria were never lawfully part of any sovereign Arab nation.

Ironically, commentators who condemn any discussion of annexation as right-wing extremism conveniently ignore the singular role of Arab-Muslim rejectionism in perpetuating the state of war with Israel. The liberal media portrays the Palestinian Authority as moderate despite a charter that plainly calls for Israel’s destruction and regardless of its reconciliation with Hamas, whose own charter screams for jihad and genocide.

The Obama administration and European Union remain deaf, dumb and blind to Palestinian prevarications and incitement, even as they chastise Israel for not offering ever more unilateral concessions. Arab provocations are ignored or rewarded, while Israel is labeled obstructionist, despite the unrequited compromises she has made in the naive search for peace with those who seek her destruction.

Examples of this inequitable treatment abound. Israel facilitated Palestinian autonomy in much of Judea and Samaria, permitted the PA to arm itself, and fueled a local economy that provides the highest standard of living in the Arab world, and yet she is accused of discrimination and economic suppression.

She has afforded her Arab citizens the same political rights, economic opportunities and freedom of movement as Israeli Jews (indeed, many live in West Jerusalem and serve in the Knesset), but stands accused of apartheid.

She compromised her own security by unilaterally disengaging from Gaza, and yet remains the target of rancorous attacks from a delusional left-wing that persists in portraying Gaza as occupied.

She takes great pains to prevent or minimize civilian casualties when engaging in defensive military actions, only to be wrongfully accused of targeting noncombatants.

In contrast, the Palestinians are barely reprimanded as they reject Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state and continue to engage in systematic incitement and terrorism against Jewish men, women and children. Moreover, Palestinian national claims are validated uncritically in the West – even though there was no Palestinian nation at the time of Israel’s independence and although there was no demand for Palestinian statehood when Egypt controlled Gaza and Jordan occupied Judea and Samaria from 1948 to 1967.

If the Palestinians were truly a displaced, indigenous people, they presumably would have demanded statehood when the Arab powers who today claim only to support their cause actually controlled the territories to which they now claim historical title.

If these inequities show anything at all, it is that those who push the two-state agenda have no regard for Israeli sovereignty or Jewish historical rights. Rather, they are preoccupied with creating yet another Arab-Muslim state and in promoting the false narrative underlying Palestinian national claims.

Absent any historical justification for a state of Palestine, such blind advocacy can only be explained by hatred for Israel and the growing tolerance of western progressive culture for political antisemitism and the devaluation of Jewish claims. Indeed, delegitimization of Israel has become de rigueur in liberal intellectual society, which provides safe harbor for the boycott, divestment and sanctions (“BDS”) and anti-Israel “lawfare” movements.

Given the disregard for Jewish sovereignty that lies at the heart of American and European efforts to impose a two-state solution, it is clear that Israel is at a crossroads: Either she can continue participating in a farcical “peace process” that is heavily weighted against her national interests, or she can proactively seize the day and craft a solution that makes sense historically, geographically and legally.

If the inclination of the Obama administration and EU to denigrate Israel, favor the Palestinians, and appease Arab-Muslim sensibilities is any indication, Israel must act on the latter impulse. That is, she needs to reclaim Judea and Samaria as ancestral Jewish lands and shake off all vestiges of the societal ambivalence that was engendered by the Israeli left when it cajoled the nation into the ill-fated Oslo process, which led only to increased terrorism and diplomatic isolation, two costly wars in Lebanon and Gaza, and the disenfranchisement of Israel’s political center.

The Annexation of Judea and Samaria Makes Historical Sense

Israel has valid historical claims to Judea and Samaria because they were part of the Second Jewish Commonwealth. Jews lived there from ancient times through successive conquests, the Ottoman occupation, and the British Mandatory period until 1948, when they were attacked and expelled by combined Arab-Muslim forces that invaded from east of the Jordan.

These lands were conquered by Transjordan (thereafter called Jordan) and dubbed the “West Bank,” in much the same way that ancient Judea was renamed “Palestine” by the Romans in order to obscure the Jews’ connection to their ancestral land by invoking the name of the ancient Philistines – a people who had long since been swallowed by the sands of time. Jordan’s conquest of these territories violated international law and was recognized only by Great Britain and Pakistan, and its subsequent occupation could never be legitimized under established legal principles.

Despite Jordanian attempts to erase all memory of the Jews’ presence from Judea and Samaria, the ancient provenance of these lands is evidenced by the treasure-trove of Jewish holy sites they contain, including, Joseph’s Tomb in Nablus, the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hevron, and Ramat Rachel near Bethlehem.

The pedigree of the land is also reflected by the numerous Arabic place names that are merely etymological renderings of the original Hebrew, which names evidence Jewish habitation dating from Biblical times. These towns include: Batir, which corresponds to Beitar, the seat of Bar Kochba’s rebellion against Rome from 132 to 135 CE; Beit-Hur, an Arabic corruption of the name Beit Horon, where the Maccabees defeated the Assyrian Greeks; Beitin, corresponding to the town of Beit El, where the Prophet Shmuel held court and the Ark of the Covenant was kept before the Temple was built; and Tequa, the site of ancient Tekoa, where the Prophet Amos was born and received his prophesy.

Clearly, the Judenrein status of Judea and Samaria after 1948 did not reflect historical reality, but rather the slanted surreality created when the combined Arab-Muslim armies attempted to annihilate Israel and exterminate her people following the ill-fated U.N. partition vote. Considering that only the Jews had a continuous presence dating back to antiquity, it was clearly the Arab population that usurped traditional Jewish lands, not the other way around.

The Arab-Muslim world, aided and abetted by the political left, rationalizes this usurpation of Jewish lands with propaganda grounded in taqiyya – religiously-mandated dissimulation – to promote the lie that there was no Jewish presence in these lands before 1967 and that all subsequent Jewish “settlements” are colonial enterprises.

Israel has Superior Legal Claims to Judea and Samaria

In addition to the Jews’ historical connection to Judea and Samaria, Israel’s claim to these lands is consistent with established legal precedent as recognized by the San Remo Convention of 1920. Regarding the lands liberated from Ottoman rule during the First World War, the San Remo Resolution resolved as follows:

The High Contracting Parties agree to entrust, by application of the provisions of Article 22, the administration of Palestine, within such boundaries as may be determined by the Principal Allied Powers, to a Mandatory, to be selected by the said Powers.

The Mandatory will be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 8, 1917, by the British Government, and adopted by the other Allied Powers, in favour of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing shall be done which may prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country.

(San Remo Convention Resolution, Paragraph (b).)

Underlying the San Remo Resolution’s affirmation of the Balfour Declaration was the recognition that the Jews are defined by descent as well as religion, are indigenous to the Land of Israel, and are possessed of the inalienable right to political and national ascendancy in their homeland.

The San Remo program was ratified by the League of Nations Mandate for Palestine in 1922, the preamble of which included the following passages:

Whereas the Principal Allied Powers have also agreed that the Mandatory should be responsible for putting into effect the declaration originally made on November 2nd, 1917, by the Government of His Britannic Majesty, and adopted by the said Powers, in favour of the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, it being clearly understood that nothing should be done which might prejudice the civil and religious rights of existing non-Jewish communities in Palestine, or the rights and political status enjoyed by Jews in any other country; and

Whereas recognition has thereby been given to the historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine and to the grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country…

Consistent with this language, Article 2 of the Mandate clearly set forth the British obligation to effectuate these goals in accordance with the San Remo Resolution thus:

The Mandatory shall be responsible for placing the country under such political, administrative and economic conditions as will secure the establishment of the Jewish national home, as laid down in the preamble, and the development of self-governing institutions, and also for safeguarding the civil and religious rights of all the inhabitants of Palestine, irrespective of race and religion.

(League of Nations Mandate for Palestine, Article 2.)

Regarding the intended geographical scope of Jewish habitation and settlement, the Mandate specifically provided that:

The Administration of Palestine, while ensuring that the rights and position of other sections of the population are not prejudiced, shall facilitate Jewish immigration under suitable conditions and shall encourage, in cooperation with the Jewish agency referred to in Article 4, close settlement by Jews on the land, including State lands and waste lands not required for public purposes.

(League of Nations Mandate for Palestine, Article 6.)

The Mandate did not call for a Jewish state with indefensible borders (as did President Obama when he attempted in his recent State Department Speech to pressure Israel to accept the 1949 armistice lines as permanent boundaries). Rather, by recognizing the Jewish right of “close settlement,” the Mandate contemplated a Jewish state that would incorporate some or all of Judea and Samaria – and for that matter Gaza. Indeed, the Mandate specifically recognized the Jews’ connection to their entire homeland, which historically included these territories.

Certainly, there was international consensus that the Jews were entitled by right to a national home in Israel. Jewish rights under the Palestine Mandate were not recognized in a vacuum, and Arab self-determination was addressed by the establishment of the French Mandate in Lebanon and Syria and the British Mandate in Mesopotamia (Iraq) and Transjordan.

There was no separate mandate for the “Palestinians” because they had no independent national existence, as evidenced by the lack of any historical record of an ancient Palestinian presence in the land and by the absence of any cultural or societal institutions that are the hallmarks of nationhood.

Palestinian nationality is a knowing contrivance, as even Yasser Arafat acknowledged in his authorized biography, wherein he stated:
“The Palestinian people have no national identity. I, Yasser Arafat, man of destiny, will give them that identity through conflict with Israel.”
Or, in the words of the late Zahir Muhse’in, who said:

The Palestinian people does not exist. The creation of a Palestinian state is only a means for continuing our struggle against the state of Israel. For our Arab unity. In reality today there is no difference between Jordanians, Palestinians, Syrians and Lebanese. Only for political and tactical reasons do we speak today about the existence of Palestinian people, since Arab national interest demand that we posit the existence of a distinct ‘Palestinian people’ to oppose Zionism.

In contrast, both San Remo and the Mandate for Palestine evidenced universal recognition of the Jews’ historical rights in their homeland.

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  • Chezwick

    I was once naive enough to be a long-time advocate of the two-state solution. But if Oslo and the unilateral withdrawals from Lebanon and Gaza have taught us anything, it is that the Arab/Muslim side does NOT want peace and that to them, all agreements are ephemeral.

    Oslo – for example – did nothing to pacify the Palestinian lust for blood. All one need do is remember the suicide bombing campaign that destroyed both the peace process and peace-maker Shimon Peres' political fortunes.

    Then there was Lebanon, where Israel withdrew behind UN-recognized borders (2000), only to have Hezbollah and Syria contrive the 'Sheba Farms' controversy in order to justify future attacks on the Jewish State. Should the Israel ever be extirpated (God forbid), you can bet the bank that Syria will re-assert its claim to Sheba…and that its designation of that region of the Golan as Lebanese was nothing but a cynical ploy to perpetuate the shedding of Jewish blood.

    Finally, we have Gaza, where Israel's unilateral withdrawal (2006) resulted not in a consolidation of the enclave by the PA as an expression of responsible government, but in almost immediate rocket and mortar attacks on Israel, which created nothing but chaos and bloodshed.

    Israeli withdrawal from the West Bank would be more of the same, with much bigger stakes. Palestinian Mortar and rocket fire from the region into Israel's coastal cities would compel many Israeli Jews to emigrate in search of security and could very well be the undoing of the Zionist enterprise.

    The question is, is today's status-quo preferable to annexation? Make no bones about it, annexation will most certainly bring international sanction and war. And what about the Palestinian populace of the region? Should they be incorporated into Israel, thus threatening its demographic future? Should they be expelled, violating international law (Post WW2 precedents notwithstanding) and creating a humanitarian crises?

    Conversely, the status quo just perpetuates irresolution and over time could de-legitimize Israel's claim to the region. Furthermore, impending war and international isolation may very well be in Israel's medium or even short-term future, regardless of how it proceeds.

    • Chezwick

      Yep. And I hear Santa Claus and the Tooth Fairy were co-conspirators.

      • V_O

        No way Chez… Everyone knows it was the PLO underground – Pixies, Leprechauns and Orcs really resent Santa and his entourage for grabbing all the credit

    • Vermont Yid

      Calling you a fool would be, at once, both flattering and an understatement.

    • Obama Fodder

      Annexation is the best solution!

      Just go for it, Israel!

  • muchiboy

    Some things in life are simple.The evils of the occupation of Palestine by the Diaspora ,the resulting ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people by Jews and Zionists and the imposition of a Zionist state on the neighborhood. The solution is equally simple.Allow the Palestinian people to return home.To argue that Palestinians do not belong in Palestine is absurd in light of the Zionist argument that allows the European Diaspora a similar "right of return" after how long? Who are you kidding? And what fools do you take us for? muchiboy

    • normtrub

      According tothe 'Peel Commission' which examined and decided on the partition plan to be brought to the UN in 1949, over 300,000 Arabs came from outside countries from the 1880's to take advantage of the work opportunities and high standard of living which the Jews produced in the Palestine mandate. There was never a Palestinian people. No archeological evidence, no Palestinian money, or government or language or culture-NOTHING!!!

    • Snorbak

      Mate, if anything is simple, its your thought process.
      What of the imposition of the Hashemite kingdom & occupation of Palestine by Jordan?
      What of the pogroms & ethnic cleansing of Jews, by Arabs, throughout all Palestine during the 1930's
      No, the Palestinian Arabs have no right to return, they chose their side & they chose poorly, the Arabs lost, suck it up.
      And so i dont have to say it again refer to normtrub's post.

    • RonaldCarnine

      Dear muchiboy, you're evaluation of the "Israel problem" is flawed from the beginning. You are parroting the same made up arguments put forth by the Muslim Arabs. Because of the length required to answer all your objections, which the author does quite well by the way, I will focus on only one thing. The Arabs sided with with the Nazi's in WWII and lost. They were holocaust deniers then they are holocaust deniers now. Please find a copy of the book "Brothers in Battle, Best of Friends" which was written by and for actual Band of Brothers participants. Begin at pg.205. Why do I bring this up? Because as supporters of the Nazi's, deniers still of the holocaust, they lost every right to anything. Israel conquered the land after being attack by combined Arab forces in 1948. Israel tried giving back land at the insistence of a foolish UN but even that didn't satisfy these defeated foes. As Nazi supporters they should have been given nothing. Your arguments are bogus.

    • stern

      muchiboy, I ask you this simple question yet again, in response to your accusation of "ethnic cleansing". Given the following facts, who exactly is guilty of "ethnic cleansing"?

      1. Prior to 1948, Jews and Arabs lived throughout Mandatory Palestine (except, of course, in Transjordan, later Jordan, where the sale of property to Jews has always been illegal).
      2. After 1948, one-fifth of the population of Israel – within the 1949 armistice lines – was Arab; the same proportion holds today.
      3. After 1948, there was NOT ONE SINGLE JEW in Gaza, Judea, Samaria or the Old City of Jerusalem. Not one!

      Tell me again – who is guilty of ethnic cleansing? And who, today, continues to insist that Jews have no place in "Palestine"?

      Your constant repetition of blatant and obvious lies is really becoming tedious.

    • stern

      muchiboy, you never listen, do you. I know I've told you this before, but there is no such thing a "right of return" for anybody, Jew or "Palestinian".

      Israel has a Law of Return. As a democratic country, it has every right to decide for itself who may immigrate. It has chosen to allow any Jew, from anywhere, to become an Israeli citizen without any pre-qualifying residency requirements. Non-Jews may be granted citizenship upon completion of a residency requirement. Do you deny Israel the right to decide its own immigration policies? How dare you!

      As for the "Palestinian's" bogus "right of return", name one other refugee population anywhere – and at any time in history – that has had the "right" to return to its country of origin, or even the right to pass on its refugee status to succeeding generations. It simply doesn't exist.

      So for heaven's sake, stop repeating yourself ad nauseam. You're making us all really, really sick of you.

      • muchiboy

        You know stern,when I say that somethings in life are simple,I mean that truth sometimes shines through like the most brilliant star in the night sky.When a Hamas suicide bomber blows himself and a crowd of Israeli teens to pieces,the truth is at once obvious,simple and unconscionable.The same can be said for what Jews have done,and continue to do,to the Palestinian people.Argue as you may,the kernel of truth is unchanged,and begs for acknowledgement and recognition.muchiboy

        • Sage on the Stage

          Yes, like "the most brilliant star in the night sky", its obvious that the "Palestinians" are murderers, pure and simple. If the "Palestinians" truly desired to live in peace with Israel, there would be an effective, self-governing, peaceful Arab/Muslim state at present, in Gaza. And "the kernel of truth" that is unchanged is that before and during the British mandate(before there was modern Israel), the Turks, and native Bedouins and Arab/Muslims repeatedly rioted, murdered Jews and destroyed their homes; all orchestrated by the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, Hitler's ally and friend. This is the best article I have ever seen on this subject.

        • V_O

          What you really mean is a Hamas Homicide Bomber.
          Or do you contend that nobility is gained from conciously innocents in one's struggle?
          Are you contending that the bomber had a thought of "Gee, it's too bad about these kids… Wish I could state my case without having to murder them" ?
          That might lead one to believe that these people were civilized, had an actual objective other than the annihilation of Jews, and were actively seeking a fair and liveable solution.

          …. Where are the Israeli "suicide" bombers?

          You've been staring at the most brilliant star in the night sky too long.

          • muchiboy

            "What you really mean is a Hamas Homicide Bomber."
            Whatever.I don't have a problem with that.I have seen similar arguments against the use of the term "honor killings" i.e.there is no honor in these horrific murders.I concede their point.But really,it seems that you are merely looking for a fight.We all know what is meant by "suicide bomber".

            "Where are the Israeli "suicide" bombers? "
            While sympathetic to the Palestinian cause,I reject the "Homicide Bombers" as unconscionable.Equally,I find the bombing or shelling by the IDF as unconscionable,given the occupation of Palestine and the ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people.The IDF have little to no need for such terror tactics,they have the infrastructure and hardware for conventional means and methods.

            "You've been staring at the most brilliant star in the night sky too long. "
            Not possible.I miss the Southern Skies.Besides,we have had more than our share of rainy skies lately.

          • V_O

            Well then the Israeli's are the most inept ethnic cleansers in history. A little over 1 million Arabs in the area called Western Palestine by the British in 1948… Today around 5 million between Gaza, the West Bank, and Israel itself.

            If the IDF consistently shelled and bombed without discrimination, that, I would agree, would be unconscionable. Doing it in defense or in the attempt to ferret out the nests of terrorists initiating attacks on Israeli citizens is quite another thing.

            I'm not looking for a fight… Only seeking truth.

            Sorry about your separation from your Southern Skies.

          • muchiboy

            I would agree that in some ways Israel appears,on the surface anyway,a benign occupier.Very misleading.You claim ,in response to my severe accusation,that "Israeli's are the most inept ethnic cleansers in history".Untrue.From a minority of the population of Palestine to a majority Zionist state in less than a generation,mainly from (European) emigration and occupation,made more complete by de facto ethnic cleansing, hardly qualifies as "inept ethnic cleansers". Now Rhodesians and South Africans (masters of Apartheid) were miserable "ethnic cleansers",and would qualify,honorably I might add,as "inept". Indeed,they were so inept that they lost their countries (give South Africa time).
            As to the morality of IDF actions,defensive or otherwise,they are the actions of an occupier.Paradoxically and tragically,Hamas rocket attacks are the actions/response of the occupied. muchiboy

          • Sage on the Stage

            The bombing and shelling that the IDF carries out–is done in response to the thousands of rockets(185 rockets fired at Beersheba and Sderot last week along) fired at Israel. As a show of good faith, the Palestinians in Gaza should stop the rockets. How would you like it if you lived in a place where everyday sometimes, sirens went off and you had 30 seconds to find suitable cover?
            what if you couldn't find it?? Take a vacation from your job, visit Israel, and go to Sderot, and see the Sderot Indoor Rec facility, with the steel roof. Also notice the room full of junk rockets that they've pried out of the roofs of apartment buildings, with the phrase "Death to the Jews!" on them.

    • Choi

      You are a FOOL for believing what you posted ,muchiboy.
      Your HATRED of Israel and "The Jews" is so blind ,that in your EVIL mind,Good is" bad",right is" wrong",up is "down",east is "west",north is "south",and the sun rises in the west.
      You're not only a FOOL,you're a DAMNED FOOL.

    • Anonymous

      mulch-filled-boy, you asked "what fools do you take us for?"

      Good question. Answer: We take you for the walking pile of excrement mixed together with pig vomit that you are.

    • Endyr

      What fools do I take you for? Well, your foolishness is self-evident by your comments. Go back to the leftist college that indoctrinated you into this delusion and ask for your money back.

    • Asher

      The Palestinian people do not have a right to the land, it was never given to them in the beginning, it was given to Abraham and his descendants by God…Who are YOU Kidding? The two state solution would push Israel out of its land and hinder their ability to defend themselves….Deception is not going to get Palestinians what they Want!

    • aspacia


      Sure they can return home to Syria, Egypt, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, Libya, etc. Jews have been in the disputed land for 3,000 years and they built Jerusalem.

      Oh, muchless, you are one of three huge fools on this site.

  • MikeT

    the reference to "Ramat Rachel" in the text and in view of the paragraphs context should be "Kever Rachel"-
    Rachel's grave about 1 km north of Bethlehem on the main road conecting with Derech Chevron
    at the Pill Box, located at the old green line. Ramat Rachel is a kibbutz on a high point overlooking this road and about 3-4 km north of Rachel's grave.
    ~jerusalem, Israel

  • stern

    While this article is very interesting and contains numerous facts supporting the Jewish claim to the Holy Land, it leaves out a very significant detail.

    The San Remo Conference did more than just create the basis for a homeland for the Jewish people. It divided up all the Ottoman controlled land of the Middle East, in much the same way that an earlier conference in Paris had divided up the European lands previously controlled by Germany.

    In doing this, San Remo gave the Arabs ALL of Mesopotamia – today's Iraq and Saudi Arabia – all of Lebanon and all of Syria. So it's not as if it was all about the Jews. It was more than fair to the majority population of the area, giving them huge swathes of land. This was a very logical process, undertaken by the Supreme Allied Commanders, the ultimate decision-makers in the world at the time.

    For more about the San Remo conference, its decisions and ramifications, see

    In summary, Dr. Jean Gauthier, a non-Jewish French Canadian international lawyer, has spent 25 years studying the San Remo Conference and has written a 1,300 page legal treatise proving beyond any doubt that Israel has full claim to all of Judea, Samaria, Jerusalem and, believe it or not, Jordan!

    I say, let the Palestinians have Jordan. It's pretty much theirs anyway, even if it is ruled by Hashemites imported by that great impartial (sarcasm!) power, Britain.

  • Willy Rho

    A two state "solution" is perpetual war. Israel should take everything from the Jordan to the sea. Expose Palestine Idea as a Fraudulent perpetual wound in Israel's side.

  • Willy Rho

    The Moo Slims all hate Israel. They are a demonstration that the One True G-D loves the Jews, and they hate that and them with all of their Evil Being. There is no satiating that Lust for Destruction which is at the center of their Religion. And their end is the only end that will end it.

    • Asher

      Genesis 32:28 "Your name will no longer be Jacob, but Israel, because you have struggled with God and with men and have overcome." 1 Samuel 13:14 "The Lord has sought out a man after his own heart and appointed him, (David) leader of his people.

  • Freet

    Technology will decide humanity’s fate, not god. In less than 1000 years, most of the middle east will be little more than badlands with roving bands of animal like bipeds, aka humans, killing each other for sport and survival. Israel, along with a few other small colonies scattered over the planet, will be islands of beauty and happiness, the inhabitants genetically enhanced super humans. Ironic isn’t it?

  • Attila The Hun

    The truth is for 2000 years the land of Israel has been desolated and belonged to one. After force Jewish explosion the people who lived on that land were transient migrant such as Bedouins who had no legion to the land. Except for few hardy Jewish souls who never abandoned their homeland. Calling migrant Israeli/ west bank Arabs as genuine indigenous people i.e Palestinians is nothing more than modern day display anti Jewish hatred. For the last 2000 years the world has been trying every which way possible to eradicate The Jews from the face of the earth. Fortunately we have survived due to stubbornness not to abandon our 4000 years history. If the Arabs or the rest of the world think that now that we are back home we will give it up our historical rights , they are dreaming.

    • Choi

      Not only are they DREAMING,but they are still learning that "NEVER AGAIN" is not just a phrase.
      As far as Iran and it's Terrorist Agents:If Iranians and Israelis should run into each other ,in some dark alley somewhere,DON'T BET on the Iranians walking out .

  • dougjmiller

    Carving up Israel into slivers of Jewish and Arab/ Moslem sovereignty will not result in peace. It will end with the annihilation of Israel and the extermination of the Jewish people. Anti-Semites throughout the world and the Arab/ Moslems occupying land in and around Israel understand this very well. They are not interested in, nor will there ever be, a 22nd Arab/ Moslem dominated country. Their desire and the whole focus of their pathetic lives is to kill the Jews. Israel must remain strong and vibrant and stay put on all of her sacred territory if she wants to survive and to flourish.

  • dougjmiller

    Actually there already is a "two state solution." It's called Israel and Jordan.

    • muchiboy

      Certainly, for the foreseeable future,and perhaps beyond,the idea of a single state solution will be just that,an ideal,really,in the hearts and minds of a displaced and wronged (tragically and paradoxically wronged by the most wronged people ever,the Jewish people) people,the Palestinian people.But the single state solution,the ideal,most fair,if not most difficult and anethemic solution to Zionists,is hardly out of the question,given the historical and ethical wrongs of the recreation of this ancient,biblical,racist,de facto Apartheid-like entity and the realities of the neighborhood and region.Firstly,there is a large,native Palestinian population within Israel,that will serve as a kernel for a single state,comprising both Jews and Palestinians.Israel (i.e.Jews) will try ,by hook and crook,to further enhance and complete the de facto ethnic cleansing of the Palestinian people in any future treaties as land trades/swaps (i.e. "land (populated by Israeli Palestinians) for peace"). Hopefully the Palestinians will see this for what it is,and refuse any and all such "people swaps".
      Hopefully,the Palestinian diaspora will not have to wait as long as the Diaspora had to wait to return home.Maybe it will take that long for both wronged peoples to find the magnanimity to accept each other as valued members of a single state.muchiboy

      • dougjmiller

        Mucousboy, you are obviously a virulent anti-Semite whose goal is the genocide of the Jews. There are 21 Arab/ Moslem controlled countries spread out over a few million square miles of mineral rich terrirtory. There is only one Jewish state confined to 8000 square miles. Tell your Arab friends to take in the Arab/ Moslems who are occupying land in and around Israel. Then there will be peace and justice.

  • RiverFred

    The Palestinians' most profound dreams do not involve national self-determination or a state of their own. They instead dream of the destruction of Israel, the creation of Palestine from the River to the Sea. All one has to do is look at Gaza. Unfortunately Obama is totally blind.

  • UCSPanther

    If Palestine doesn't stop being nothing more than a shoddy construct where gangs of terrorists fight over power and money, it will be no more than a memory.

    • Larry

      You just described the entire arab world, where the countries are nothing but but shoddy constructs where gangs of terrorists fight over power and money.

  • rachaelamb

    I totally agree with this article. Annex Judea and Samaria,and let the Jewish people live wherever they want. They should especially be able to live in Hebron, and Bethlehem the City of King David. As a Christian who believes in the Bible,I would much rather have the Jewish people living there who lived there during the time of Jesus,and his family. Rather than Arabs who claim they did,but really didn't,and claim to be Christian,yet act the opposite by their cruel,hateful support of the evil murderers of defenseless Jewish women and children.

  • Sage on the Stage

    Best article I've ever seen on this subject; should be made required reading in American and Israeli public high schools.

    • V_O

      I agree, Sage. However, these kinds of facts rarely see the light of day in the average left-ist classroom. Academia is much too busy re-writing history according to what they think to be bothered by what actually happened.

      On a different note, I almost fell over when I heard Bill Maher declare that Islamists were a dangerous, crazy people. Now if he could just carry that thought over to what's happening in this and all other conflicts over there… never mind…. I'll shake off the fairy dust now.

  • WilliamJamesWard

    No matter what configuration Israel decides on the Islamist Nations are going to attack and
    that means a fight for survival and on a grand scale. Israeli leaders must think beyond mere
    survival to continue the unending assault against the Israeli people and create boundaries that
    are defensible and historically correct. I would prefer the lands that were promised to Abraham
    in Scripture, what Jews must return to is their original promised land and faith, relations with
    man have proved a failure, turn back to the Almighty and His Covenant, it is still waiting for
    completion. Sitting back watching the duplicity of the Nations and the history of Israel it
    is glaringly obvious Arabs-Islamists will never accept peace unless it is forced on them
    and they are made unable to continue their murderous conduct. Israel must make all of
    the decisions that are necessary and enforce them without allowing leftist, antisemetic
    interference to come into anythng. It is on Israel to eliminate the Islamist curse………..William

  • muchiboy

    "Tell your Arab friends to take in the Arab/ Moslems who are occupying land in and around Israel. Then there will be peace and justice. "

    The Arab states did not occupy Palestine,the Diaspora ,read European Jews,did.muchiboy

  • Ephraim Shomer

    These are words that must be said. All of Eretz Yisrael belongs to the Jewish people, and it is our biblical imperative to claim it. It is long past time we in Israel realize that the "Palestinians" will never be satisfied with anything less than the total destruction of the Jewish State and her people. These people need to be transferred to Jordan, where they belong. Barring that, they should be eliminated. It's a matter of Jewish survival, us vs. them. Arab life is cheap, as the Arabs themselves demonstrate on a daily basis. Kahane (HY"D) was right!

  • Western Spirit

    The reason the Left is against Israel is because as Jesus said, if Satan's house is divided against itself it cannot stand.
    Thus the Left and the Moslem's are on the side of evil and that's why they have an unholy alliance.

    Also God gave His people all of the land, land that belonged to Him to give, and sent Ismael away with instructions he was not to inherit with Isaac. Now Ismael is demanding Isaac's inheritance and must be denied it once again.

    At least that's my perspective as a Christian.

  • ML/NJ

    Asking a two-stater whether he believes one of the two states should be Judenrein usually causes him to abort the conversation.

  • hmurveit thetruth

    GREAT GREAT GREAT ARTICLE, thank you Mr Matthew M. Hausman

  • Hammad Aamir

    Great! Concerte