Should Israel Bow to the Recent Demands of the US???

Discussion in 'Politics' started by righteousdude2, Mar 13, 2010.

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Israel and the US....

  1. Israel has the right to build settlements where it sees fit.

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  2. America needs to cease their demands, which favor Palestine.

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  3. America has every right to control Israel's plans to build new settlements that may upset peace.

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  4. Israel was given this land by the UN, and it is theirs to do what they want with.

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  5. The US can't stop what prophesy has determined for Israel and the last days.

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  6. Prophesy has nothing to do with Israel, the US, and world peace.

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  7. Prime Minister Netanyahu is hungry for an armed conflict with Palestine.

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  1. righteousdude2

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    Secretary of State Blasted Israel for their plans to build another Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem, calling their intentions, "a deeply negative signal" for the Mideast peace process and ties to the US.

    My question to the Board is this: Should Israel bow to the rants and raves of Biden and Madam Clinton [on behalf of Obama], and cease building new settlements in areas that could cause a riff in the Mideast peace process?

    Does America have the right to interfere with the growth and development of Israel? And does Israel have a responsibility to bow down to the demands of the United States, especially when it comes to giving in to the gripes of the Palestinians?

    Please be sure to vote in the poll, and your comments are always appreciated. I know that what you say will not sway the Us or Israel, or make for a more stable Mideast. However, it allows us to share our thoughts, heart, and personal wisdom in a matter that will have an effect on America and its relations with Israel and the world.

    Shalom,

    Pastor Paul :type:
     

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