At annual Super Bowl Sunday prayer event, held in Israel for the first time, women at the Western Wall rejoiced in the recent egalitarian win there. But some women consider it a loss.20:11 07.02.16 | 0 comments
Both peoples have a Historical right to all of Israel/ Palestine. It is true that Palestinian national identity was in abeyance not to say non existent, until about the time Golda Meyer said there isn't such a thing as a Palestinian people." In other words the Palestinians lived on the land with no national Identity. At the same time Israel, essentially a country of refugees from Arab and European Countries that have had a sense of national identity but no country save their Historical homeland. It is clear to all level headed people that this land must be shared. Anyone that says that either one of these peoples don't have a right to the land is grossly misguided or deeply submerged in propaganda. However, since both peoples don't get along they need to be separated. Experience has shown that extremist on both sides prevent an agreement from being reached so the only option left is for an outside unbiased mediator to set the terms. Israel was foolish not to proceed with the US. as the prime mediator when it had the chance. In the coming future they will deal more with the UN. which is by far biased in favor of the Palestinians. In this environment terms such as Illegal settlement, international law etc...are little more than empty litigious tools for propaganda. There is no right or wrong: the question is when will these two messed up peoples come to an agreement already, for God's sake?