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Netanyahu: If I'm elected, there will be no Palestinian state In a definitive disavowal of his Bar-Ilan two-state speech, prime minister makes last-minute attempt to draw voters from Bennett's Habayit Hayeudi.
By Barak Ravid Mar. 16, 2015 | 5:27 PM | 

 

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Benjamin Netanyahu visiting the East Jerusalem settlement of Har Homa, March 16, 2015. Photo by Olivier Fitoussi








 





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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyhau said Monday that if he were to be reelected, a Palestinian state would not be created, in a definite disavowal of his 2009 speech, in which he had voiced support for the principle of two states for two peoples.


 


Netanyahu's remarks in an interview with the NRG website - which is owned by casino mogul Sheldon Adelson and tied with the settler newspaper Makor Rishon - were a last-minute attempt to pull right-wing voters away from Habayit Hayehudi.


 


"I think that anyone who moves to establish a Palestinian state and evacuate territory gives territory away to radical Islamist attacks against Israel," Netanyahu said. "The left has buried its head in the sand time and after time and ignores this, but we are realistic and understand."


 


During the interview, Netanyahu declared that if the Zionist Union were to win the elections, "it would attach itself to the international community and do their bidding," including freezing construction in West Bank and East Jerusalem settlements, and cooperate with international initiatives to return Israel's borders to the 1967 lines.


 


During a visit to the East Jerusalem settlement of Har Homa earlier Monday, Netanyahu warned that if he were not elected, "Hamastan B." would be established in Jerusalem. “If Tzipi [Livni] and Bougie [isaac Herzog] form a government, Hamastan B will be established here.” 


 


He also slammed Jewish-American businessman Danny Abraham, one of the primary financiers of the V-15 campaign to flip the Israeli government. Netanyahu did not mentioned Abraham by name, but said that the primary financier of V-15 has come to his office in the past and tried to convince him not to build in East Jerusalem.


 


"I said to him – have you ever been in Har Homa? He said no, and that it was a dangerous settlement. I suggested he go there and said he would make it in time, that he wouldn't be late to the meeting. They took him to the car, returned to the office, and rolled on the floor with laughter. The man was prepared to go to Sinai and couldn't believe that the car stopped after seven minutes and that he had reached his destination. These are the people telling us who needs to be in government, these are the people who think Har Homa is in Sinai."




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I hope NOT

By reading comments about this by many Americans on newspapers, I'm happy that many of them wish he wouldn't be re-elected and they in fact think he is evil, they are also mad that the U.S supports them. 

 

But unfortunately I see his re-election taking place, not thru democracy but thru force. 

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Come on. Elections don't mean anything anymore in this world. Case in point, Obama is worse than Bush in his war crimes. Politicians are going to keep doing "bad things" to the human race.

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The election results came in and unfortunately he did win.  But I believe he hurt his credibility in the process.  The anti-Arab statements he made and his opposition to a Palestian state will cause Israel to lose a lot of international support.  The US has already criticized him about it and other countries will soon turn against him too.  He's not very popular at home either so he's got a tough road ahead to say the least.

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The election results came in and unfortunately he did win. But I believe he hurt his credibility in the process. The anti-Arab statements he made and his opposition to a Palestian state will cause Israel to lose a lot of international support. The US has already criticized him about it and other countries will soon distance themselves from him. He's not very popular at home either so he's got a tough road ahead to say the least.

THIS IS CRAZY..HE WON.

IA its time for real war.

Long live Islam

Long Live Palestinian Resistance!

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^ salaam ,in recent years people in Iran choose the most  important statement which has been said by Ayatollah Khamenei during his speeches within that year . and as now it is the end of the year in Iran people selected this one:

 

"Sometimes, a number of those youth whose requests are not granted in this regard write a letter to me and say in an insistent manner, "Allow us to go and fight against the Zionist regime in the front lines. Our people love fighting against the Zionists"

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X wins elections in Israel or Y  wins elections in Israel, at the end it is the same garbage..

 

What does an election mean in an occupied country, in a stolen land, and in human-cleansing system? It's really foolish to discuss an election in 'Zionists' bastion of crimes and Mafia state... it's like a Mafia group and Mafia system take over a place and then declare election between two criminals and their followers and members go and vote... AND THEN WE CALL THAT DEMOCRACY. It's even described in Muslim media, especially in Sunni-Arab puppet media as elections in Israel.

 

Anyways, for those who chant above "Long Live Palestinian Resistance" or quoting Islamic Republic Leader's statement on how ppl are eager to go and fight in Israel. You too should know and understand, that these groups and so called resistance movements consider us (Shias) as one of their enemies.. demonizing us, calling our Shia scholars as Rafidhi/Majoosi, and insulting Shia Islam left & right.

 

I would rather like to hear those heroes to say that they want to go and fight in Bahrain; we all know that Bahrain and Saudi are not as strong as Israel... Fight in Yemen and Lebanon, or Syria and Iraq, where millions of Shias face oppression and brutal massacres, than to go into a place not only that Shias are not welcomed and not appreciated, but also labeled as enemies and worse than Jews.

 

The number of Muslims, especially Shia Muslims killed in Iraq, Syria, Yemen, Lebanon and elsewhere exceeds the number of entire Palestinian population living in defined Palestine today, and the amount of oppression they face, exceeds the entire 70 years of oppression in Palestine.

 

That is a fact that nobody could deny it. You need to face and acknowledge the facts and the reality on the ground, instead of hiding them or ignoring them.

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The election results came in and unfortunately he did win.  But I believe he hurt his credibility in the process.  The anti-Arab statements he made and his opposition to a Palestian state will cause Israel to lose a lot of international support.  The US has already criticized him about it and other countries will soon turn against him too.  He's not very popular at home either so he's got a tough road ahead to say the least.

I agree.

Ahmadinejad once said,that the Zionist regime will destruct itsself...time has come,inshallah.

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Netanyahu returning to power speaks volumes about :

 

- The Israeli nation.

- What I wrote before.

 

The difference between combatant soldiers and civilians and not making war upon the latter is, sadly, now a clear non-issue for Israhell. Now it won't be imbecilic anymore if someone was to generalize about them and say that their entire nation is guilty of oppression and mad war mongering.

 

The hadith of a [Zionist] hiding behind a rock and the rock telling the one looking for him also seems to have paved its own authenticity by making its case clear enough.

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"Netanyahu sank into the moral gutter – and there will be consequences"

http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2015/mar/20/inyamin-netanyahu-israel-election

And yet I can't help but think when he said there would be no Palestinian state on his watch that maybe old bibi told the truth for the first time ever.  I would not want to be that awful man on the Day of Judgment...

 

That was a great article.  Thanks for sharing!

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you guys need to think outside the box.

Netenyahoo winning is a gift for the palestinian cause. His winning has for the first time alienated his staunchest allies in europe but especially in the US. After the stunts he pulled in congress; and the racist comments he openly made pre election; working with him has become untenable. Even the staunchest pro israeli democrats are standing back and Obama is for the first time ever actually reconsidering ' unconditional vetos' at the UN. This would never have happened otherwise. It is unfathomable.

If the other candidates had won; they would have hid behind the facade of a non existant peace process; giving the impression that something is in the works when nothing actually is... Prolonging the misery of the palestinians.

..netenyahoo openly shows the real face of israels agenda.. And the real face is untenable to the west; whilst awareness for the palestinian cause has never been so high from all corners of the world; the boycott capaign has never been stronger.... and that is ultimately what the palestinians need.

God obviously works in mysterious ways..watch this space.

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Nope.. It def more genuine.

And whose to say the GOP will win? Secondly; its still a while till obama steps down.. Anything could happen between now and then. One step at a time.

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