You are very perceptive to notice we are losing land. Have you never wondered why the UN devotes almost all its time to Israel so that almost all resolutions seem to be about us? Isn't there something slightly skewed about this? How many resolutions are there about Zimbabwe where people starve because of a frankly tyrannical leader? It seemingly hasn't struck you that we might be being discriminated against. Yes the situation in Yehuda and Shomron leaves much to be desired, but as soon as a peace treaty is signed and they can police themselves and grant us security things will change drastically. The situation didn't arrive of itself, it was put into place to save lives. Perhaps you have never seen a bus full of children blown to smithereens, though I know you had one in London and it shocked the populace. May I ask after all that, what you are asking us to do?
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
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