The Israeli-Palestinian "Two State Solution"

(Gatestone Institute) Michel Calvo - Radical Islam does not tolerate the existence of a sovereign non-Islamic entity (such as Israel) on land that once was conquered by Muslims. As most Palestinians have been creditably straightforward about, there is no place for an Israeli state. Palestinian Islamists and the Islamic Republic of Iran are engaged in a jihadist conflict with Israel's Jews. The Palestinians would have a hard time renouncing their aim of displacing Israel, of changing an education of hatred, and accepting the obligations contained in the UN Charter. They would be called traitors, and that is a death sentence, as it was for Egyptian President Anwar Sadat who, in 1979, signed a peace agreement with Israel. How can Israeli Jews trust Palestinian leaders who pay people to murder Jews with the "Pay for Slay" program? The writer, an expert in international law, was a member of the International Court of Arbitration representing Israel.

2024-04-07 00:00:00

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