Friday 08 December 2023

Israel backtracking from single Qods idea

Zionist regime's Premier Ehud Olmert has acknowledged that the regime's idea of announcing Beit ul-Moqaddas as capital of Israel is no longer workable and the regime must at least abandon fancying about the east al-Qods area.
The Zionist premier told JPost daily Tuesday that the Zionism protagonists would rather internalize that even the regime's supportive friends on the international stage conceive of the country's future on the basis of the 1967 borders.
However, he repeated in the interview his refusal of any permanent accord along the '67 lines.
Olmert admitted that even in the eye of the Western superpowers which blindly support the scoundrel regime, Zionist are required to quit their Talmud-based slogans in order to maintain situation and prevent abolishment of their 'Jewish state' whims.
If Israel "will have to deal with a reality of one state for two peoples," he said, this "could bring about the end of the existence of Israel as a Jewish state. That is a danger one cannot deny; it exists, and is even realistic."
The climbdown is interpreted by some analysts as an additional aftershock of the regime's disgraceful defeat in its war against the popular Lebanese Islamic Resistance Movement Hezbollah in summer 2006. The defeat cracked the political frame of the regime.
Even "the world that is friendly to Israel... that really supports Israel, when it speaks of the future, it speaks of Israel in terms of the '67 borders."
Political analysts also credit Hamas sovereign power in Gaza, as the political representative of the regional resistance for the open retraction of idea.


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