That Israel doesn’t want peace is known by those who analyze the Israeli-Palestinian conundrum without any bias. However, many seem intent on obfuscating that truth.
So with just a few quotes we will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that Israel doesn’t want peace.
“The Israeli government has publicly declared they are not ever for a Palestinian state.” – John Kerry, Former US Secretary of State
“Israel doesn’t want peace. There is nothing I have ever written that I would be happier to be proved wrong about. But the evidence is piling up. In fact, it can be said that Israel has never wanted peace – a just peace, that is, one based on a just compromise for both sides.” – Gideon Levy of Israeli Newspaper Haaretz
“No matter how you look at it, Israel doesn’t want peace.” – Sholto Byrnes of The National
“Israel takes more land [so] that the Palestinian state will be impossible . . . the Israel policy is to take more and more land day after day and that at the end of the day we’ll say that is impossible, we already have the land and we cannot create the state.” – Tzipi Livni Israeli
“I’ve talked to the members of the Israeli government at the highest levels. I know who they want elected here. It’s not Hillary Clinton. It’s not Obama 3. Israeli government leaders fear that if Clinton were elected, she would pursue policies unwanted by the Netanyahu government, such as pushing to restart the Israeli-Palestinian peace process.” – Former NY Mayor Rudy Giuliani
“A lot will have to do with Israel and whether or not Israel wants to make the deal – whether or not Israel’s willing to sacrifice certain things. They may not be, and I understand that, and I’m OK with that. But then you’re just not going to have a deal.” – Donald Trump, President of the United States
“Israel doesn’t care about peace.” – Karl Vick, Time Magazine
As the world is waking up to what the Zionists truly want – the whole of Palestine – the reality of Israel as an apartheid state is also settling in.
“Israel is a ‘settler colonial state’ and Israel does NOT have a ‘right to exist’ as an apartheid state with preferential treatment based on ethnicity,” courageously declared Miko Peled, son of an Israeli General who’s fighting for a one-country solution where all the inhabitants, Muslims, Jews, and Christians, have the same right in the land.
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