US urges Israel to reverse West Bank land seizure | The Times of Israel

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From Dr. Naomi: I think that Israel should tell the US to give land back to Mexico and to the Indians. The world wants to put Jews back in a ghetto even as we regained sovereignty over our ancient homeland. Giving land up has not led to peace. It has led to war. we do not need another peace agreement which si a useless piece of paper.  In my opinion, israel needs more land;  land as possible for our people who have no where else to go. Occasionally we see pictures of Gaza with beautiful beaches and homes. The Arabs/Muslims/Palestinians have plenty of land. Jews have gone back to Israel from all over the world after being expelled, tortured, not allowed to be Jews. These are the Jews who were not murdered for the sin for being Jews. We are a nation with a land and a religion. Israel does not rely on people from other nations to protect her borders. Israel must be allowed to make the difficult decisions necessary to protect her Jewish citizens without US interference. As genocide continues all over the world; especially in Syria and millions of new refugees are living in squalor; the world's focus on the Jews leads to more death and destruction. Israel is not the problem. Israel is the solution. Israel protects the US from the barbarians on our gates who want to gain control of the entire world so that we live under Shari'ah law. Israel has the right and obligation to protect her citizens against terror, murder and abduction.

 US urges Israel to reverse West Bank land seizure | The Times of Israel http://www.timesofisrael.com/us-calls-on-israel-to-reverse-planned-west-bank-land-appropriation/#ixzz3C4gi0EVf
American official says decision to expand Gvaot settlement in wake of three Jewish teens’ killing is harmful to peace processThe US has called for Israel to cancel its plan to appropriate about 1,000 acres of land in the West Bank, close to the spot where three Israeli teenagers were kidnapped in June. “We have long made clear our opposition to continued settlement activity,” a US official told Reuters. “This announcement, like every other settlement announcement Israel makes… is counterproductive to Israel’s stated goal of a negotiated two-state solution with the Palestinians.” “We urge the government of Israel to reverse this decision,” the official said in Washington. Earlier Sunday, the Palestinian Authority decried Israel’s announcement, with chief Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat called for diplomatic action against Israel.

The military announced the move on Sunday. “On the instructions of the political echelon… 4,000 dunams at (the settlement of) Gvaot is declared as state land,” the army department charged with administering civil affairs in occupied territory said. Concerned parties have 45 days to appeal, it said. Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories Major-General Yoav Mordechai said that the move comes “as the continuation of the political leadership’s directives given at the end of Operation Brother’s Keeper.” The Israeli army declared that there was no claim of Palestinian ownership on the land in question, the Ynet news site reported. Israel accused Hamas of being behind the June 12 abduction and killing of Naftali Fraenkel, 16, Gil-ad Shaar, 16, and Eyal Yifrach, 19. The three were last seen at a hitchhiking post outside the settlement of Alon Shvut in Gush Etzion south of Jerusalem.