1. Peace is only possible when both parties want it

    Lest we forget: Yasser Arafat, the former chairman of the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), rejected the two-state solution offered by Israel in 2000. The offer was made during the Camp David Summit held in July 2000, which was attended by Arafat, Israeli Prime Minister
  2. Terrorism is Like a 'Bloodthirsty Grizzly Bear'. Would You Ask for a Ceasefire When you Are Close to Eliminating The Beast?

    #MadeonPost Hamas poses a threat not only to Israel. It poses a threat against the USA and democracies everywhere. It poses a threat to Palestinian children, recruited to become martyrs and join Hamas terror's cells .To live like rats in terrorists tunnels. It isn't an isolated
  3. A two-state solution will not happen

    https://fb.watch/nVX3TKDXyZ/ A two-state solution will not happen. Regardless of justice, what is right or wrong, ideology or what I think should happen - a Palestinian state will not be established west of the Jordan River. Those who argue for a two-state solution are wrong and mi
  4. Israeli military says it’s prepared for air, ground and naval offensive in Gaza …sadly a lot of innocent lives will be lost on both sides ☠️ “In war, whichever side may call itself the victor, there are no winners, but all are losers”. - Neville Chamberlain The conflict between #A
  5. Why Al-Aqsa remains a sensitive site in Palestine-Israel conflict

    By Ken Chitwood, Senior Research Fellow, Muslim Philanthropy Initiative at IUPUI and Journalist-fellow, USC Center for Religion and Civic Culture, University of Southern California As a scholar of global Islam , I teach an introduction to Islam course and include a discussion about