Muslim Reps Cling to Lies, Refuse to Consider Peace With Israel
The Muslim representatives in the United Nations have declared that any peace proposal made by the U.S. will be rejected out of hand. And why? Simply because they insist on clinging to their lies about Jerusalem and their claims to all of the Land of Israel. The leadership of the Arabs in Israel continues to prove, on a daily basis, that they are not interested in true peace. They have already rejected many overly generous peace proposals made by Israel and the U.S. through multiple administrations. And they plan on continuing this course. Israel has no intention to give up our holy capital, even if the Muslim leadership insists on continuing their course of lies, murder and deceit. Please help us shine the light of TRUTH on Jerusalem, Israel’s eternal unified capital.
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Palestinians: White House Mideast peace plan “dead upon arrival”
Article Courtesy: CBS News
UNITED NATIONS — The Trump administration’s long-awaited plan for Israeli-Palestinian peace is “dead upon arrival,” the Palestinian U.N. ambassador said Tuesday. Ambassador Riyad Mansour reiterated the Palestinian leadership’s stance that with President Donald Trump’s unilateral recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital on Dec. 6, the United States “lost the qualification to be the only party to supervise the political process.”
U.S. Ambassador Nikki Haley said: “Here at the U.N., thousands of miles away from Palestinians who do have real needs, there is no end to the speeches on their behalf. Country after country claims solidarity with the Palestinian people. If those words were useful in the schools, the hospitals, and the streets of their communities, the Palestinian people would not be facing the desperate conditions we are discussing here today. Talk is cheap.”
Mansour laid out his own administration’s proposal for a peace agreement, reaffirming the Palestinians’ desire for a “two state solution,” saying “peace requires two states on 1967 borders,” with adjustment to those borders if both sides agree and with East Jerusalem as the capital and “the other part” being the capital of Israel, CBS News’ Pamela Falk reports.
He also responded angrily to Haley’s dismissal, saying, “she does not spare a moment to unleash something so negative and defending Israel; and in fact she is becoming more Israeli than the Israelis.”
President Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner and White House Middle East envoy Jason Greenblatt, who have been drafting the administration’s plan, told the Arabic language Al-Quds newspaper last month that it would be presented soon, with or without input from Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
Mansour said the U.S. is “eager” for Palestinian engagement on the plan, but “we are not going to engage.”
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