Man living in Judea and Samaria: The peace process has to be built on truth

by Leah Rosenberg

Living in Judea and Samaria is not a crime, despite what the world wants you to think. It is part of Israel, God’s chosen land!

Living in Judea and Samaria

This man lives in Judea and Samaria in a town called Mitzpe Yericho. Although the world wants you to believe that he stole the land, he did not. And although this interviewer tried to drill this Jew for where he lives, the Jew stood his ground with the truth. He answered everything calmly.

Another point to note is that the interviewer wrongly claims that what he refers to as “The West Bank” was taken by Israel from Jordan in the 6 day war. But he forgot to mention the thousands of years of history that proves it belongs to the Jewish people. History did not begin in the 1900s…

Trump is Just Admitting the Truth

Yes, the international world went wild because Trump’s administration decided, rightly so, to no longer classify “settlements” as a violation of international law. Why? Because it is not a violation of law! And they are not settlements. They are towns and villages; cities and neighborhoods. Judea and Samaria belongs to the Jewish people. JUDEA. Jews. The Jewish nation was given the land of Israel by God.

Damaging the Peace Process?

Trump’s decision as well as the Jews who live in Judea and Samaria are by no means damaging the peace process. What damages the peace process is the “Palestinian” Arab leadership. What damages the peace process is the “Palestinian” Arabs who decide to murder innocent Jews instead of building up a life for themselves. Saeb Erekat is a “Palestinian” Arab diplomat. He claims that the decision of the Trump administration is ruining the chance of peace. Mr. Erekat, YOU ruin the chance at peace with your incitement of terror and hatred of the Jewish people and Israel.

The world needs to stop hating and start being honest about the real reason there is no peace yet.

David Friedman Arugot Farm

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