On Israel-Gaza Conflict: ‘Just wrong. That’s just wrong.’
Published on Jul 28, 2014
Guests engage in a spirited debate about the state of Israel, Gaza, Hamas, and the danger and unrest in the Middle East. More from CNN at http://www.cnn.com/
M.L. Hill: ‘It’s about occupation’
Published on Jul 30, 2014
Marc Lamont Hill, Peter Beinart and Alan Dershowitz debate tactics Hamas and Israel are employing in latest conflict.
LISTEN TO WHAT SCUMBAG NETANYAHU GOT TO SAY ON GAZA! http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/benjamin-netanyahu-deaths-in-gaza-justified-9652725.html
|Jacob Hochman||5:25am Aug 8|
|Why 70% of the people killed in Israel-Gaza violence are innocent Palestinian civilians
Both sides are deeply negligent in avoiding Palestinian civilian deaths, but in different ways.
- Published on Thursday, 06 February 2014 22:48
- Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu draw the lines for a final agreement with the Palestinian side and presented a proposal and a vision of a map for the future State of Palestine.According to WALLA news site in Hebrew, Netanyahu wants to keep 10% of the West Bank land under Israeli sovereignty and control, adding that Netanyahu is ready to give up 90% of the territories occupied in 1967 .According to Israeli news source, Netanyahu has faced rejection from Knesset members from the right-wing parties and his Likud Party but he stressed that the annex of 10% from the West Bank under the Israeli sovereignty will be an important victory because of the importance of land in this ratio.The 10 % that netanyahu is talking about includes: Gush Etzion, Efrat, Ma’aleh Adumim and Givat Ze’ev and parts of Hebron city on which Israeli settlements of Kiryat Arba, and Ariel were built. In addition to the settlements that were constructed along the Green Line, and the old settlements of Karni Shomron, Ma’aleh Shomron and Kedumim.The Israeli source said that Netanyahu is ready to give Palestinians any compensation to agree on the Israeli offer but the Palestinians refused it.A source on the American side said that the two sides have not yet talked about percentages of the land exchange, but the outposts Israel is willing to keep have a percentage of 10-11% of the West Bank land, adding that the image is not clear yet.The source added, “it is clear” that Israel is “willing in principle to give up” control of 90% of the West Bank.As part of a compensation- according to WALLA- Israel should be provided with a land in the Gaza Strip surrounding area, in addition to creating a “safe road” linking the West Bank and Gaza; an idea which was complicated by the security situation in the Strip, that is controlled by the Hamas.