Likud Central Committee chairman Danny Danon, who is challenging Binyamin Netanyahu for leadership of the party, on Saturday night called on Israel to respond to an expected UN recognition of the Palestinian Authority (PA) as the “state of Palestine” by declaring sovereignty in Judea and Samaria.
“We must clarify in the clearest terms to the world that every unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state will bring Israeli sovereignty,” declared Danon in a meeting with Likud activists in Judea’s Gush Etzion region
Read more here at Arutz Sheva (the mouthpiece of the Illegal Settlers):
Finally some honesty.
This has always been the governments intention. Perhaps now, all of the hypocrites will come out publicly state their position instead of hiding behind “We are only defending ourselves” lies.
Israeli Firsters will never be happy until they have claimed all of Palestinian territory, all of Gaza, all of the West Bank, and all of Jerusalem because they actually believe it was “promised” to them in their holy book.
And once they have publicly admitted their intention to disown all of the current Palestinians, and turn the whole region into a genuine apartheid state, maybe then their apologists around the world will stop lying on their behalf.
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I hope that Danny Danon is able to take leadership of the party. It is very clear there needs to be a change of leadership.
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I agree that the straight talk from Zionists about annexation is more honest than toying with a never-ending process called “peace”. Once the annexation intention is made clear, in public, it will be as though everyone knew all along. It will be like “Lie? What lie? You didn’t know?”
As much as I’d like to see Israel held accountable I don’t think annexation will disrupt their impunity.
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The Palestian’s cannot even agree on what to do between themselves because too many groups try to be the ‘leaders’. So, the UN Security council rejected the whatever was presented.
Besides, if Palestine became a state/country, they would probably loss the refugee status checks though not the aid money.