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February 19, 2024

Israel Rejects All Calls for Brokered Palestinian State

The relationship that Democrats have with Israel has taken considerable hits since the outbreak of the war between Israel and Hamas.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been adamant this war will not end until Hamas has been eradicated, yet Democrats and Joe Biden have been pressuring Israel into a cease-fire.

Adding more fuel to the fire is a recent vote by Israel to reject the formation of a Palestinian state after the war is over.

Not Happening

Joe Biden has always supported a two-state solution for Palestine, but that is not something that Israel is now willing to consider.

Before this war, it might have been a possibility, but that all went out the window once Hamas attacked after having been given control of the Gaza Strip within Palestine.

To put this idea to bed, Netanyahu recently introduced a resolution to reject a Palestinian state, and it was unanimously approved by the Israeli government.

After the vote, Israel stated, “Israel outright rejects international dictates regarding the permanent settlement with the Palestinians.

“Such an arrangement will be reached only through direct negotiations between the parties, without preconditions. Israel will continue to oppose the unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state.

“Such a recognition, following the massacre of Oct. 7, will give a huge reward to terrorism, a reward like no other, and will prevent any future peace settlement.”

Hamas has also rejected the idea, stating that it wants to expand Palestine's territory if it wins this war.

Senior Hamas official Khaled Mashal stated, “I would like to say two things about the two-state solution: First, we have nothing to do with the two-state solution.

“We reject this notion, because it means you would get a promise for a [Palestinian] state, yet you are required to recognize the legitimacy of the other state, which is the Zionist entity.

“This is unacceptable.”

I have often stated that by allowing Hamas to operate inside its borders, Palestine should be considered an enemy state for harboring terrorism, just as we view Iran.

Yet, for some reason, this administration insists on coddling Palestine, refusing to call for Palestine’s help to rid the country of Hamas (more than likely because Biden knows the idea would be rejected).

This has to be a blow for the Biden administration, as both sides are now openly rejecting the narrative that he has been pushing once this war is over.

It would seem to me that Israel is now just biding its time to get through the upcoming election in the hopes of a Republican taking office, which Netanyahu knows will support him in full, without question, while he achieves his ultimate goal of removing Hamas from its existence.

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