17 June 2019

What Did Friedman Say? . . .What Did Greenblatt Say? . . . What Does it Really Mean?

US envoy Greenblatt backs Friedman on Israel’s right 
to retain part of West Bank
timesofisrael

First we read, “Land”

Then we read, “some settlements”

Now we read “part of west bank

Nothing has changed 
[because of Friedman’s statement]





Greenblatt: "Jason Greenblatt backs Friedman's comments on Israel retaining part of Judea and Samaria

Friedman: "Under certain circumstances, I think Israel has the right to retain some, but unlikely all, of the West Bank," Friedman said last week, avoiding use of the word “annexation”. arutzsheva

or was it: "Israel has a right to annex at least some, but “unlikely all,” of the West Bank, the United States ambassador, David M. Friedman, said in an interview” NYT interview [seems the NYT inserted “annex” into the interview]

Shaked: "Shaked: Now is the time to annex Area C"

Erdan: "Erdan: Time to apply Israeli law in Judea and Samaria. Likud Minister: Jewish cities and towns in Judea and Samaria are legal and should not be discriminated against.

Akunis: "Akunis: We will never withdraw from the land of Israel” "I will not lend a hand to the establishment of a Palestinian state in any territory of the land of Israel."

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Absolutely right - 'Nothing has changed'. Not surprising. Afraid very little will be righted until MBY shows up. It has always been from the beginning their plan to wrest away E.Y. from the Yehudim, and to deJudaize it and just make it a regular country like all others, c'v. The Geulah process is not going that fast because of the great sins being promoted in EY. The real Jews have to wake up enmasse and protest against the Shabbos desecrations and the vile parades, etc. As the saying goes, the people get the leadership they deserve. H' yerachem!