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Will the United States back a Palestinian state or our ally Israel?

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Posted: Monday, August 15, 2011 12:00 am | Updated: 5:36 am, Mon Aug 15, 2011.

Soon, September 2011, the Arab "Palestinians" are preparing to unilaterally declare a nation state before the United Nations, the global forum for anti-Semitism and pro-Muslim terrorism.

It will be interesting to see how the U.S. handles this one-sided declaration of a strategically placed terrorist "Palestinian" state; after all, Israel is labeled an "apartheid" state and Jews are officially banned from Muslim countries. Will we support our longtime friend and ally or not?

Our concerns should be the witch's brew of the secular and the religious — the unholy alliance formed between Obama's humanistic atheists and Islamic ideologues much like the alliance between the Pharisees and Pontius Pilate; the secular and the "religious" in league to accomplish their stated goal of annihilating Israel.

For Israel, a Palestinian state means:

One, reverting to the pre-1967 borders; returning all land won in self-defense against warring Muslim neighbors in the Six Day War.

Second, yielding the strategic Golan Heights to Syria whose proxy, the bloody Hezbollah, has 50,000 rockets aimed at Israel from Lebanon. This would also allow Syria to control the water from the north, which flows into the main Israeli source, the Sea of Galilee.

Third, dividing of Jerusalem, Israel's ancient capital, and bringing Jewish and Christian holy sites under Muslim rule.

Fourth, uprooting hundreds of thousands of Israelis from their ancestral homeland in Judea and Samaria. This "West Bank" is the land God gave the Jewish patriarchs Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, and where Christ Jesus taught.

These peace concessions would place Israel intimately closer to destruction as called for by the stated goals of Fatah and its partner Hamas, Hezballah, the Muslim Brotherhood and their new media, Al Jazeera — responsible for helping to spread jihad worldwide and who wants to publish in the U.S.

William Van Amber Fields


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