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06 December 2015

Jewish Hypocrisy 101

 


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared Sunday that "Israel will not be a binational state" and blamed the Palestinians for the failure of peace efforts. But despite Netanyahu's pledges, Jewish settlement of the West Bank continues apace, while confusion over his true intentions grows by the day.

The left still favors a pullout, but the rationale has shifted to something more like nationalism: without a pullout, Israel would no longer be a Jewish-majority democracy because half of its population in effect will be Palestinians, most of them without true democratic rights.


Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu reiterated on Sunday that “Israel will not be a binational state,” following a warning from US Secretary of State John Kerry that this would be the alternative to a peace accord.

“In order to have peace, the other side must decide it too wants peace,” the prime minister said at the beginning of the weekly cabinet meeting.