Monday, January 20, 2014

The Lieberman "Plan" Is Apparently Contagious

י"ט לחודש האחד עשר תשע"ד

Arutz 7 Report: Netanyahu and Livni Support Liberman Plan
January 17, 2014

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu and Justice Minister Tzipi Livini - who leads Israel's negotiations with the Palestinian Authority (PA) - share Foreign Minister Avigdor Liberman's plan for exchanging territories and populations with the PA and have incorporated it into the Israeli position at the negotiations, according to senior members of the Likud-Yisrael Beytenu bloc, cited Friday morning by Ma'ariv.

The sources said, "Notice how after Liberman's words at the ambassadors' gathering there were two who chose not to address the issue - Netanyahu and Livni. It was not accidental."

Esser Agaroth (2¢):
I am not in the least bit surprised by this report. It was bound to happen.

Apparently, Prime Minister Netanyahu has worked through his embarrassment over his Foreign Minister, or at least some of it.

But, it does not matter what Lieberman recommends, and that goes against Torah principles. (Do they care at all about Torah principles?)

Anyway you slice it (pun intended), exchanging land entails giving away land, land which is simply not ours to give away.

PA President Abbas's vision for "Palestine:"
Israel's complete transformation

Avigdor Lieberman
Foreign Minister
If the Arabs agree to any agreement at all, it will mean one, and only one, thing, that they have worked through their stubbornness, and have realized that a chipping away strategy will be more effective in achieving their end goal, than demanding that it happen all at once.

The Arabs want it all. 

The contagious nature of Lieberman's "piece plan" was inevitable.

Or perhaps, we are being pushed into an ever constricting corner, so that we will finally have to stand up for ourselves, and say enough!

None of it belongs to the Arabs; it all belongs to us!

None of it belongs to the Arabs; it all belongs to us!

The Almighty gave it to us, three times. Yet, in our complacency, not all of us have absorbed its full value.

If this ludicrous "exchange" goes through, it is only a matter of time before the Israeli Government "exchanges" even more of our land, and for even less of what is currently under Arab control.

Doesn't anyone else see the pattern here?

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