Israel’s Government Says NO to Biden and Blinken in a Big Way

by David Mark
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Netanyahu’s government, which is now also made up of centrists from Benny Gantz’s party, voted unanimously to approve the Prime Minister’s Statement rejecting the creation of a “palestinian” state by force by the international community.

“Israel utterly rejects international diktats regarding a permanent settlement with the Palestinians,” the cabinet decision read. “A settlement, if it is to be reached, will come about solely through direct negotiations between the parties, without preconditions.

“Israel will continue to oppose unilateral recognition of a Palestinian state,” the motion added. “Such recognition in the wake of the October 7th massacre would be a massive and unprecedented reward to terrorism and would foil any future peace settlement.”

The statement is in response to a report released that Biden and Blinken want to force Israel into accepting a two-state solution in the coming weeks. This report reflects the increasing pressure Israel is under from the current regime in Washington. If a “palestinian” state is created most believe it will be a Nazi Jihadist state bent on annihilating Israel.

Benny Gantz, who is considered a centrist not only voted for the motion, but came out swinging against an imposed two-solution and said “the pathway to regional stability and peace is not through one-sided actions like recognition of a Palestinian state. It is through facilitating long-term processes that will consolidate a regional architecture facing the Iranian axis of terror, and by advancing international arrangements that will improve the lives of people throughout the region and promote stability and peace.”

Gidon Saar, former of the Likud, but currently teamed up with Benny Gantz went even further by comparing the US plan to the 1938 abandonment of Czechoslovakia to the Nazis – dubbed the Munich Agreement. He further stated: “The claims that a Palestinian state will bring us security is the greatest absurdity of all.”

The Israeli government’s statement is the clearest sign so far that a major break between the USA and Israel is in the offing and while Biden’s team is said to still be set on vetoing calls for a ceasefire in the UN Security Council, one wonders how long that will be kept once the IDF is sent into Rafah to finish off the remaining Hamas battalions.

While there has been a tremendous amount of disagreement with the government’s weakness in standing up to Biden’s requests on how to fight the war, today’s decision by the government marks a clear turning point in Israel’s alliance with America. From now on – Israel may be on its own.


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