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“Is there any reason to believe that acquiescing to Arab demands will lead to peace?”

No. No, there is not.

In April of this year, when Russia declared its recognition of West Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, the announcement was met with deafening silence by the Arab world. Why, then, the roars of protestations at the same simple acknowledgment by the United States?

Threats by Turkey and other countries in the Arab League to sever diplomatic relations with the U.S. over the issue prove once again that in our time the world has made the Middle East safe for hypocrisy.

If we are looking toward our own best interests, there are good diplomatic and constitutional reasons to countenance Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. First and foremost is historical reality and common sense. As law professor Eugene Kontorovich, an expert on international law and policy, pointed out last month in testimony before Congress, “One of the main reasons for the failure to reach a peace deal is the unspoken assumption that protracted and repeated Palestinian rejectionism costs them nothing diplomatically, while creating constraints for Israel.

Every country in the world has had the right to designate the capital of its choice, with Israel the lone exception. Congress recognized this anomaly over two decades ago, when it passed the Jerusalem Embassy Act in 1995. (The vote was 93-5 in the Senate and 374-37 in the House.) The Act noted that. “Jerusalem is the seat of Israel’s President, Parliament, and Supreme Court, and most of its ministries and cultural institutions” – and that since the reunification of the city in 1967, religious freedom has been guaranteed to every faith.

Which would assuredly NOT be the case were the Paleosimians ever to take over.

Screw them. With their moronic intransigence; their refusal to recognize Israel’s right to exist on land their forebears possessed for long millennia before anybody even thought of a name to call the primitive Jordanians and other miscellaneous Arabs squatting there; their duplicitous charade of “peace talks” which always end in their flat rejection of meaningful offers of compromise, each and every time; their neverending campaign of mindless, brutal terrorism against Israelis; their clinging to the ugly dream of genocide for the Jews—with all these things, they prove themselves not just unworthy of any “two-state solution,” but of any sympathy or concern for them on the part of any civilized person at all.

Israel is the ancient ancestral homeland of the Jewish people. Jerusalem is and of right ought to be its capital. Period fucking dot. Turkey, the Arab League, the “Palestinians,” American libtards, and any and every Jew-hating Moslem goat-humper worldwide who might be shrieking and bitching over this long-overdue move can all go bite a fart. And if Trump tells ’em so, in those exact words—well, that’ll be jake with me.


1 thought on ““Is there any reason to believe that acquiescing to Arab demands will lead to peace?”

  1. The Middle East needs a HUUUUGE glass parking lot. With free lighting for thousands of years.

    Islam delenda est.

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