ISRAEL  SURRENDER? NEVER

13 Feb

ISRAEL  SURRENDER? NEVER
By: Paul D. Hudon
We have the Holocaust of 1939 – 1945 and when freed the Israelite “said’ never again will we submit like sheep to the slather,  annihilation will be the order for peace to reign.
Now, this is the aim of the Muslim countries surrounding them.
I repeat they said never again will we follow like sheep to the slaughter. Now if the UN is putting into play their idea of peace, after the failure of the first body the League of Nations, the change of name has done nothing to further peace. Now there have been wars, and there will be more wars. Until humanity gives up his desire to hoard money with no regard to sharing the wealth, we will have wars.
Now, as long as religion keeps separating and the heads of these religion hoard money, what does the leader of a church require 90,000,000.00 in an estate worth; and a salary of 1,000,000.00 per year. That is the said amount of Billy Graham Jr. estate. There are other far more wealthy.
They build bigger and bigger temples to what they say God, yet three times in scripture it is said that the ETERNAL SUPREAM CREATOR does not live in temples built with hands. Found in Acts+17:24-28; Acts 7:48-51; Isaiah 66:1-2: check it out it is repeated three times once in the old testament and twice in Acts.
Now this money wasted on these edifices could better serve in taking care of the widow, the orphans, and the homeless. Now as you read the following, do you think that it will stop the Israel from building on the land they won in the Six Day War? The Answer is no they will not turn back and especially since the hatred for the Jews again is in the forefront of society.
Now all the Nazi allowed in Canada after the second world war, and also those allowed into the U.S.A. are becoming a significant problem. The Israel will not, and they will have peace on their terms and no other way, and damned if they will comply to the U.N. a powerless body that has not stop any war, and all too often tied the peacekeeping force hands in their mandate. Again I maintain an ineffectual body with no power in any of their decision. They serve no redeemable value in real and genuine peacekeeping.

The U.N. Security Council on Friday passed a resolution demanding Israel cease Jewish settlement activity on Palestinian territory in a unanimous vote that passed when the United States abstained rather than using its veto as it has reliably done in the past.
The resolution declares settlements constructed on land Israel has occupied since the 1967 war, including East Jerusalem, have “no legal validity.” It said these expansions threaten the viability of the two-state solution, and it urged Israelis and Palestinians to return to negotiations that lead to two independent nations.
The following taken from CNN feed –
The United States’ abstention Friday was a rare rebuke to Israel and reflected mounting frustration in the Obama administration over settlement growth that the United States considers an obstacle to peace. With President Obama’s time in office due to end in barely a month, his decision not to veto was a symbolic statement of that displeasure.
“In the absence of any meaningful peace process, as well as in the face of the acceleration of settlement activity that put at risk the viability of a two-state solution, we took the steps we did today,” said Ben Rhodes, the White House deputy national security adviser.
Danny Danon, the Israeli ambassador to the U.N., excoriated the Security Council after the vote, saying they did not have the right to tell Israelis not to build in Jerusalem, and suggesting it will have little impact on Israeli policies.
“We overcame those decrees during the time of the Maccabees, and we will overcome this evil decree today,” he said.
Samantha Power, the U.S. ambassador to the U.N., said immediately after the vote that Obama and Secretary of State John F. Kerry have privately and publicly been warning Israel that the moribund prospects for peace were undermining Israel’s ability to remain both Jewish and democratic.
The resolution also condemned Palestinian incitement to violence and all acts of terrorism. Power said the United States would not have allowed its passage without that proviso. She also criticized the United Nations itself, saying it had perpetuated a double standard by repeatedly condemning Israeli actions while remaining silent about Palestinian incitement.
The 14-0 vote, with only the United States abstaining, followed an intense campaign by Israel to derail it. They voted on Thursday, but Egypt withdrew its sponsorship after the country’s president spoke by phone with President-elect Donald Trump, who got involved at Israel’s request. Friday’s resolution sponsored by New Zealand, Malaysia, Venezuela and Senegal.
The 14-0 vote, with the United States the only member abstaining, brought a swift reaction, particularly in Israel and in Congress.
“This is absolutely shameful,” House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) said in a statement, promising that next year, “our unified Republican government will work to reverse the damage done by this administration, and rebuild our alliance with Israel.”
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-Ariz.) said abstaining made the United States “complicit in this outrageous attack” on Israel, and predicted the resolution “will serve as yet an another roadblock to peace between Israelis and Palestinians, and embolden the enemies of Israel.”
Meanwhile Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.), who chairs the Appropriations subcommittee that deals with foreign aid, threatened earlier on Friday to reduce the U.S.’s contributions to the United Nations and any country that voted for the resolution.
After the vote, Graham tweeted that “Obama-Kerry foreign policy has gone from naive and foolish to flat-out reckless. With friends like these #Israel doesn’t need any enemies.”
In Israel, Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz, a close ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, said the resolution was not only against settlements but was also anti-Israel and against Jews everywhere.
“After eight years of friendship with Obama and joint work, this move hurts and is unfair,” he said.
But Israel’s U.N. ambassador Danny Danon expressed disappointment with what he called “this disgraceful resolution.”
“I have no doubt that the new US administration and the incoming UN Secretary General will usher in a new era regarding the UN’s relationship with Israel,” he said. 
Following is Israel stance on the UN vote. – – Israel has taken diplomatic action against the countries that co-sponsored a controversial UN resolution condemning Israeli settlement building in the West Bank and Jerusalem. Now the 15-member Security Council voted 14 – 0 on the proposed measure on Friday, with the US’s ambassador Samantha Power raising her hand as the lone abstention – a symbolic break with US policy in the past, which has been to veto similar resolutions.
The resolution was put forward by New Zealand, Senegal, Malaysia, and Venezuela, taking place just a day after Egypt withdrew it after significant pressure from both Israel and President-elect Donald Trump.
The resolution demands that Israel “immediately and completely cease all settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territory, including East Jerusalem,” pointing out that the international community views any Israeli construction over the agreed 1967 Green Line as illegal.
While it won’t have any practical impact, the resolution is a “significant step” in reconfirming the UN’s hopes for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, outgoing Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon said on Friday.
Settlement building – which has accelerated year on year under current right-wing Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu – is viewed as one of the major stumbling blocks to a lasting peace deal.
Israel’s envoy to the UN, Danny Damon, called the vote was “shameful” and a “victory for terror.” Israel has said it will not abide by the measures set out in the document.
In Jerusalem, Mr. Netanyahu immediately recalled Israel’s ambassadors to New Zealand and Senegal, who were ordered to return for consultations. All current aid to Senegal was to suspend, the Prime Minister’s office said, and an upcoming visit from Senegal’s Foreign Minister Mankeur Ndiaye canceled.
Israel does not have diplomatic relations with either Malaysia or Venezuela. 
(My comment to this is it does not surprise me on their voting as they are one of the countries that gave asylum to the German Nazi, so their hatred for the Israeli is no surprise. By Paul D. Hudon)
Defending New Zealand’s vote on Saturday, the country’s Foreign Minister Murray Mc Cully said: “We have been very open about our view that the [UN Security Council] should be doing more to support the Middle East peace process. Now the position we adopted today is entirely in line with our long-established policy on the Palestinian question.
“The vote should not come as a surprise to anyone, and we look forward to continuing to engage constructively with all parties on this issue.”
New Zealand is one of the current ten non-permanent members of the Security Council. It is almost at the end of its two-year tenure.

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