Sunday, April 11, 2010


Why the State of Israel is Perceived as a Rogue Nation

The Israeli government and military actions and policies are what makes Israel a rogue nations that lives outside the international law. According to Haaretz newspaper new Israeli military policies could ethnically cleanse the West Bank of tens of thousands of Palestinian people without the official ID card. This coming as a response to the President Obama’s demands that the State of Israel stop the expansion of Jewish settlements around the suburbs of East Jerusalem in the West Bank.

Prime Minister Netanyahu cancels his plans to attend the nuclear summit hosted by President Obama in Washington DC. Israel believe to be the only Middle Eastern country currently unofficially possessing weapons and is not a member of the Nuclear non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) making it one of four nations in the world that is not a member, (Pakistan, India, and then North Korea withdrew in January 2003. There is no other nation in todays world that is in violation of more United Nations Resolutions and international treaties than the State of Israel.

Former Ambassador Dan Gillerman being so arrogant and dishonest to say on Fox News that it is the Obama’s administration fault for making the disagreement between Israel and the United State so public. With so many of the Fox News commentators saying what is the big deal about the Israelis building more Israeli housing in the suburbs of East Jerusalem in the West Bank. What is seen to be as the truth to the government of Israel in the many of the areas of global disagreement is seen to be wrong and or an out right lying fable by most of the nations of the world.

Before there will be any peaceful settlement between the Israeli government and the Palestinians and Arab nations. The Israeli government must take on and confront the Jewish religious extremists from within Israel and the United States. The Israeli government must modify their policies and actions to be more moderate and conform to international standards that are more acceptable. For in modern times the State of Israel is perceived by many people as the hierarchy of Judaism and it has raised and created so much hate and animosity towards the Jewish people that unconditionally support the State of Israel.

Saturday, April 03, 2010


Land for Peace Treaty

To draw a clearer picture of what a two state solution would look like the land will have to be divided into zones. The different zones will be created to regulate and control the make-up of the population and culture. For the most part what is right for one side should be right for the other side too. Both Palestine and Israel will be divided into zones with East Jerusalem being a separate city state. Israel zone 4 as an example is a region within Israel proper that is for Jewish people only where the Jewish Laws are strictly enforced. No cars on the Sabbath, the forbidden sale of non-kosher food and so on. Another example Palestine zone 3 where the people of all religious faiths could live with the Palestinians would make up roughly 60% of the population. There would be mosques, temples and churches with much more openness and tolerance than zone 4.

The zones would help to integrate and segregate the two nations of people living side-by-side in the Holy Land. These zones will help create different environments that will be more conducive for the different segments of the local population. Where in Israel zone 4 the ultra conservative Jewish people can have their place and the more open progressive Jewish people could have their zones to live and work. With in the general zones there will be sub-zones for commercial, residential, farming, industrial, development, conservation, religious and holy sites. The government of the State of Israel controlling and owning 93% of the land within Israel proper. This will make it possible with Israeli government support for a master zoning plan as part of the land for long term peace.

The 1967 Green Line (Armistice Line) being the international recognized border will be the border between the two nations for the most part. Most of the Jewish settlements deep inside the Palestinian side of the Green Line will be turned over to the Palestinian Land Authority. These will become separate zones that will have an integrated population of Palestinians, Jewish people of Israel living in Palestine and international people that are working with the NGO’s and governments to implement and oversee the Land for Peace Treaty. Only with a strong and balance Rule of Property Laws can you have a civil society living together. The Israeli government for too many years has used their Property Laws to discriminate against the Palestinian people. The Israelis will have to overhaul their property laws and the Palestinians will have to establish their property laws. Both nations will have to establish courts that will be overseen by the international community to process claims, disputes and settlements for lost property. This will create a building boom within Israel proper for all of the Jewish people that will be returning from the former Jewish settlements in Palestine.

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