Israel Palestinian Conflict: The Truth About the Peace Process (Shorter Version)





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Published on Mar 15, 2012

This is the abridged version of Danny Ayalon's video. It's a great video, but he talks WAY too much. This version gets right to the point. Honestly, I think it shows how STUPID Israel is to try to make the Palestinians happy. They'll never be happy until Israel is wiped off the map.

Here is the link to the full version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAuBc_...

Israel's Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Danny Ayalon explains the historical facts relating to the Israeli Palestinian conflict. The video explains that the reason there is no successful peace process is because of decades of Palestinian and Arab recalcitrance and the main reason for the conflict is not Israel's presence in the West Bank, but successive Palestinian leaders resistance to Jewish sovereignty.
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Comments • 101

Eileen Spiegel
From the comments below I can see that there is a lot of uneducated people trying to bully the educated.  Learn about the middle east yourself, then open your mind to the possibility that the Arabs, Palestinians, etc, No not want a single Jew in Israel. There can never be peace when the enemy is full of blind hatred.
Bo Tie
I dont think you tell the full story wich is a little disingenuous, but let me help. The state that was offered was not really a state at all. It could not establish a military, it could not control any of its boarders or air space, it could not arm its police force, Entry and exits from the state would require Israeli approval, imports and exports to becontrolled by Israel. Israel to maintain rights to the natural resources, Israel would retain "strategic " interest in the new state and if it wanted a national anthem and a postage stamp and call itself a state, it could.
Kabir Raihan
Shameless propaganda!
Fayek Fahed
Why would we say yes to an Israeli state on OUR COUNTRY?! we are not gonna jus leave our land with u Zionists... we are gonna resist and resist until Israel is off the map...I have no problem with jew, but I have a huge problem with Zionists!!
Fayek Fahed
another jew playing the victim card, why are you only saying what u guys did after 1948? what about way before that when jews came from europian countries because of the situation there back then and fled to Palestine,then starting killing and stealing land until u terrorist established a state called "israhell" in 1948
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Now this is what I call propaganda.
Antonio Brandao
I see nothing to disagree in all you said. I'm sad for anyone who was displaced from their homes. What exactly is your standing point on this issue? What do you agree with, and what would you like to see? My perspective is that The British Mandate should have been used to secure the sovereignty of Palestine to those already living peacefully there by the time the Ottomans were taken out: the local Jews Arabs and Christians - and not to give it away to immigrants from USA, Europe etc.
this video is full of lies an deceit. very one sided video with clever words, dont believe their lies
Antonio Brandao
67 was just a compromise, let it be 48 if you wish. If you suggest looking so far back well why not also going even further back to the time when Palestine was finally free of the Ottomans, and had the chance to be a peaceful country where muslims jews and christians live in peace. That I would like to see.
Antonio Brandao
Because the Israelis have conquered beyond the 67 agreed borders, and keep expanding, how can there be peace ? Israel must move back and show some respect first, they are occupying even the West Bank now
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