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‘No place in Israel for Palestine,’ says Naftali Bennett in maiden Knesset speech


Carlos the Jackal

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In his first address to the Knesset, Habayit Hayehudi leader Naftali Bennett on Tuesday rejected any possibility of an agreement that would lead to the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.

“There’s no place in our small and stunning piece of God’s country for another state,” he said. “It won’t happen. But friends, before any debate about territory, it must be said: The Land of Israel belongs to the people of Israel. Now let’s argue.”


'No place in Israel for Palestine,' says Naftali Bennett in maiden Knesset speech Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper

I personally see nothing "stunning" about oppressing others, creating the down-trodden, dispossessing the weak, cutting water supply to the weak, cutting power supply to the have-nots, running walls through the homes and farms of the weak, dropping phosphorus bombs on the weak, robbing generations of kids of a any reasonable crack at reasonable life.
 

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V. Browne was bang on when he said Israel was a cancer and like all cancers it will keep eating away at the body it occupies until there is nothing left.

It is just a waiting game now.
 

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No surprise that the anti-Semites emerge in the middle of the night. Where are the speeches from Palestinians leaders saying there is a place of Israelis in any Palestinian state.

Carlos "I'm not an anti-Semite" Jack-off publishing his hate porn again. Same old regurgitated crap again.
 

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No surprise that the anti-Semites emerge in the middle of the night. Where are the speeches from Palestinians leaders saying there is a place of Israelis in any Palestinian state.Carlos "I'm not an anti-Semite" Jack-off publishing his hate porn again. Same old regurgitated crap again.
Thats Bulls@it. If somebody posted a hate speech from Palestinians leaders, would you be as quick to ask for a speech from the Palestinian hateing community?? Probably not......
 

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The reference to "God" underlines Israel's drift to religious fanaticism. The conflict cannot be resolved if it becomes one about whose God is right/wrong.

The Israeli electoral system - in allowing extremist parties to hold govts to ransom - must also be regarded as a key obstacle to peace.
 

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V. Browne was bang on when he said Israel was a cancer and like all cancers it will keep eating away at the body it occupies until there is nothing left.

It is just a waiting game now.
Anti Semitic hate speech.
 

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Betcha there's no room for girl-whipping psycho Islamists either.
A shy 8-year-old schoolgirl has unwittingly found herself on the front line of Israel's latest religious war.

Naama Margolese is a ponytailed, bespectacled second-grader who is afraid of walking to her religious Jewish girls school for fear of ultra-Orthodox extremists who have spat on her and called her a whore for dressing "immodestly."

Her plight has drawn new attention to the simmering issue of religious coercion in Israel, and the increasing brazenness of extremists in the insular ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
 

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In his first address to the Knesset, Habayit Hayehudi leader Naftali Bennett on Tuesday rejected any possibility of an agreement that would lead to the creation of a Palestinian state alongside Israel.

“There’s no place in our small and stunning piece of God’s country for another state,” he said. “It won’t happen. But friends, before any debate about territory, it must be said: The Land of Israel belongs to the people of Israel. Now let’s argue.”


'No place in Israel for Palestine,' says Naftali Bennett in maiden Knesset speech Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper

I personally see nothing "stunning" about oppressing others, creating the down-trodden, dispossessing the weak, cutting water supply to the weak, cutting power supply to the have-nots, running walls through the homes and farms of the weak, dropping phosphorus bombs on the weak, robbing generations of kids of a any reasonable crack at reasonable life.
Before 1948 it was Palestine.
 

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Leader of a smallish hard right Israeli party that opposes the creation of a Palestinian State, states this again.

Shocking.

In other stunning news, Enda Kenny says Ireland should adhere to the deal with the Trokia and Obama states his opposition to Iran obtaining nuclear weapons.
 

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A shy 8-year-old schoolgirl has unwittingly found herself on the front line of Israel's latest religious war.

Naama Margolese is a ponytailed, bespectacled second-grader who is afraid of walking to her religious Jewish girls school for fear of ultra-Orthodox extremists who have spat on her and called her a whore for dressing "immodestly."

Her plight has drawn new attention to the simmering issue of religious coercion in Israel, and the increasing brazenness of extremists in the insular ultra-Orthodox Jewish community.
LOL. You couldn't actually miss the point more if you tried. This obsession of yours is consuming more and more of your cranial resources. Or perhaps its constant but your brain is shrinking.
 

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LOL. You couldn't actually miss the point more if you tried. This obsession of yours is consuming more and more of your cranial resources. Or perhaps its constant but your brain is shrinking.
I wonder what the point is, then?
It seems to me that Israel has attracted all the scum among the zionists - and even then, they seem to be filled with hate even for each other.
 

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This is exactly the platform he got elected on and why I support him. The two state solution won't work. No contiguous states don't work (the ones that aren't built on exclaves) don't work. Far better for Israel to control the entire Left Bank.
 

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The two state solution won't work.
Which is why there needs to be a one state solution, but one without the current religious apartheid.
 

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This is exactly the platform he got elected on and why I support him. The two state solution won't work. No contiguous states don't work (the ones that aren't built on exclaves) don't work. Far better for Israel to control the entire Left Bank.
And do you propose that the Palestinians be given the vote in this unitary state, or should they be disenfranchised?
After it's just a question of time before they are in the majority in the whole of Palestine, what with having a higher birthrate and with the huge emigration rate among young Jews.
 

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Which is why there needs to be a one state solution, but one without the current religious apartheid.
I agree. I would see Israel as being a much more secular and broader based country as a single state.
It would be suicide for Jews, Chrisitans, Bahai and women t to for a single state.
 

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And do you propose that the Palestinians be given the vote in this unitary state, or should they be disenfranchised?
After it's just a question of time before they are in the majority in the whole of Palestine, what with having a higher birthrate and with the huge emigration rate among young Jews.
It would be suicide for Jews, Chrisitans, Bahai and women t to for a single state.
I would suggest a consociational arrangement similar to the Executive in N.I. where both Jews and Arabs would have to be included in government. But I would add much more devolved powers to Judea and Samaria. For Arabs in these areas, this could be a much more attractive option than being dominated by the more militant Gazans in a Palestinian state.

I would not include Gaza in this unitary state. I think it should go its own way and revert to Egypt or become a separate state.
 
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