Is USA more a risk than a chance for Israel?
- jehenLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
Israel is better off tying its future to the USA than not. But it's not a slam dunk. As long as Israel is doubling down on the apartheid they have created in the occupied territories they are at risk. Either the Palestinians under their control get full Israeli freedoms, citizenship and the property returned or compensated - or Israel withdraws from enough of the occupied territory to set up a meaningful border for a Palestinian state. The status quo cannot be sustained and continue as a western-style rule of law democracy among that ilk of nations. The other risk is that the most ardent pro-Israeli factions in the US have zero love for Israel, zionism, Jewishness, democracy or rule of law. Their support is based only on their religious zealotry to usher in what they think the book of revelation predicts - the return of Christ. That requires the rebuilding of the Temple (hence pro-Israel) but then the destruction of the world in an apocalypse - anti humanity. To them support of Israel is but a mere stepping stone to their religious glory, a step that requires Universal destruction in the end. So if they are successful in promoting Israel to the point of demolishing the Dome of the Rock and rebuilding the temple, then they will see to the next step - global apocolypse. Not only does Israel lose, everyone does (except them , in their own minds, of course)
- RobertLv 62 months ago
Hello Mostafa / Jehen,
I refer to the Question / answer awarded favorite:Members of the U.S. Democratic Party typically pay lip-service to supporting a two-state solution, a solution that in reality is NOT supported by the "Palestinian" Arabs, while supporting the Palestinians who wish to destroy Israel, expel or murder its Jews, and replace it with their own state (based on unverifiable and false claims).U.S. Democratic Party policies on Israel make it clear the Party does NOT consider the land of Israel to be the ancestral homeland of the Jewish people. Instead it supports the United Nations’ false-validation of “Palestinian” Arab unverifiable-claims, based in denying Jewish roots in the land of Israel. U.N. policies on Israel (copied by the “European Union”) are due to the “Palestinian” Arabs starting-off with a U.N. block-vote in their favor of up to 56 Arab and Islamic-aligned countries, compared to Israel’s one vote. Any veto in the U.N. Security Council to protect Israel, has been less-likely under Democratic Party Administrations, e.g. U.N. Security Council resolution 2334. A rush of anti-Israel resolutions initiated in the U.N. Security Council can be expected whenever a Democratic Party President is elected.Contributor Jehen falsely-alleges "Apartheid" against Israel:There is no evidence of any “Apartheid” in or by, Israel. While some individuals in any country may unfortunately be racist, there is no evidence of any general racism in, or by, Israel. Those making false-allegations against Israel of “Apartheid” and/or “racism”, insult the reader’s intelligence by typically-providing:No detail, no objective-sources; zero evidence.Indeed the only example of Apartheid / racism is in the areas controlled by the “Palestinian” Arabs who put to death any Jew that they find near there:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2014_kidnapping_and_... those who may not know what the term “apartheid” actually means, see:https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apartheid%E2%80%9CPa... Arab propaganda falsely-claims that since Israel retains sovereignty of the autonomous “Palestinian Territories” (due to “Palestinian” Arab breach of the Oslo Accords), that this amounts to evidence of Apartheid. However it constitutes no such evidence since the “Palestinian” Arabs agreed to their autonomy under the Oslo Accords: No one forced the “Palestinian” Arabs into signing the Accords, by which they tricked Israel into granting them autonomy of 40% of the West Bank and the whole of Gaza, yet afterwhich they: Continued terrorism and in falsely-claiming the ALL the land of Israel while deceiving the world they seek a two-state solution.The “Palestinian” Arabs could “upgrade” their autonomous status by concluding a peace treaty with Israel, but have this “little-difficulty” namely, that they:Seek the destruction of Israel, falsely-claim ALL the land of Israel, and seek the expulsion or murder of all its Jews. This is all clear from what is taught by the Palestinian education system and from the “Palestinian National Charter”.Contributor Jehen also falsely-alleges against Israel illegal "Occupation":The legal definition of “Occupation” by countries is unclear (see below), but Israel cannot logically nor properly in law, be accused of illegal “occupation”, where the regions concerned, were: 1) LAST under the illegal-occupation of a third party: This means prior to the 1967 war, the illegal-occupation by Jordan of the West Bank and East Jerusalem, and by Egypt of Gaza.2) Where all the land in question rightfully belongs to the party, here Israel, accused of the alleged “occupation”:All the land upon which the “Palestinian” Arab colonists reside, is of previous Jewish indigenous sovereign states of the Kingdoms of Israel / Judah.3) Where the claim of “occupation” is made by an entity “Palestine” which never existed as an indigenous sovereign state, or by the “Palestinians” (aka “Palestinian” Arabs) who arrived in the land after its indigenous Jews (see below); the Palestinians also not considering themselves a “people” until the 1960’s (see below).There has never been any indigenous “Palestine” / Arab sovereign state upon which the “Palestinian” Arabs could either”: > Base any claim to the land of Israel. > Claim any alleged illegal “occupation”.The “Palestinian Arabs” dropped the name “Arab” so you should not understand they mostly originate from Foreign-Arab-Migrant-Workers who came to the land of Israel just prior to, and during the British Mandate, to take advantage of higher wages through Jewish returnee-exiles: http://www.mideastoutpost.com/archives/arab-immigr... “Palestinian” Arabs having considered themselves to be Arab only, this is why they were opposed to being called a “People” until the 1960’s, when they decided it fitted with their intention to steal the land of Israel from its indigenous Jews: http://www.targetofopportunity.com/palestinian_tru... tend to be mislead by the “halo-reputation” U.N. The U.N. and its structures have for many years had a built-in pro “Palestinian” Arab bias, due to the U.N.’s block-vote of up to 56 Arab and additional Islamic-aligned countries (e.g. U.N. member states that are also members of the “Organization of Islamic Cooperation”), and influence of Arab oil money with consequential trading power; compared to Israel being just one country. The U.N and “European Union” (which copies U.N. polices against Israel) are both fully-complicit with “Palestinian” Arab propaganda, by refusing to recognise the land of Israel as the ancestral homeland of the Jewish people. Both the U.N and E.U. thus falsely-treat the Jewish People as “invaders”, and so also as “thieves” and “illegal-occupiers” of the Jews OWN homeland (all the areas of land being of the prior Jewish kingdoms of Judah / Israel), likewise illogically of building “illegal-settlements” there, with Palestinian terrorism considered “resistance to occupation”.Two-Thirds Majority typically-invoked to prevent a U.N. vote passing in favor of Israel:https://news.un.org/en/story/2018/12/1027881U.N. Anti-Semitic, Anti-Israel bias - “The U.N. and Israel: Key Statistics from UN Watch”:https://www.unwatch.org/un-israel-key-statistics/B... historical background:
Using “Palestine” to negate the name Israel for the land is misleading, as there has never been any indigenous sovereign state of “Palestine”. The only valid name for the land belongs to the Jewish indigenous sovereign states before the Re-establishment of Israel in 1948: “Israel” or “Judah”.
The Jewish People are the indigenous people of their ancestral homeland of Israel with unbroken presence there since Biblical times:
The Jewish People have had an unbroken presence in their ancestral homeland of Israel since Biblical times, and also previous sovereign states in the land for example - Map of the post-Biblical Jewish Hasmonean Kingdom of Judah (aka Judea) including: West Bank, Gaza, and Golan Heights, capital (what is now EAST) Jerusalem / “Old City”; between 110 BCE / 754 BH and 63 BCE / 706 BH:
I hope this helps.
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- SteveLv 42 months ago
I think it is hypocritical that cons support Israel so much, while Israel has Universal Healthcare and takes in billions in American tax dollars each year.
- KiethLv 72 months ago
Israel wouldn't exist if not for America and the United Nations.
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- Anonymous2 months ago
Everyone is lining up for free vaccine in Israel. They have doses for everyone.