Today, the Trump administration made another bold policy move to defend Israel and force the Palestinians back to the peace table with Israel. National Security Advisor John Bolton said, "The United States will always stand with our friend and ally, Israel."
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As reported by World Israel News:
'The United States was paying them tremendous amounts of money. And I say, ‘You'll get money, but we're not paying until you make a deal. If you don't make a deal, we're not paying,' Trump explained in the recording."
Today, the Trump administration announced that it was closing the Palestinian Authority's office in Washington, D.C.
According statement issued by the U.S. State Department:
"To the contrary, PLO leadership has condemned a U.S. peace plan they have not yet seen and refused to engage with the U.S. government with respect to peace efforts and otherwise... As such, and reflecting Congressional concerns, the Administration has decided that the PLO office in Washington will close at this point."
+ + Nothing is gained by throwing money at the Palestinian cause.
Christians in Defense of Israel has been on the leading edge of petitioning the United States Government to defund the Palestinians and the United Nations Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA).
Although President Trump's peace plan has yet to be unveiled, this administration is not following the same course as past administrations. To its credit, the Trump administration is not pushing for a two-state solution and “land for peace" deals, which, historically, have failed miserably.
That's a solid approach and I explain why in my new booklet, Why the Two-State Solution Won't Work . . . But What Could. This timely look at the Arab-Israeli conflict highlights key factors blocking peace in the Middle East. And this new booklet also points to a possible solution.
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Why the Two-State Solution Won't Work . . . But What Could, shows you
- Why every attempt since 1937 to swap land for peace between Jews and Arabs has proven fruitless, even catastrophic
- Why Palestinian leaders reject peace, even when offered almost everything they ask for
- What David Ben-Gurion, Israel's first prime minister, considered the ultimate basis for the Jewish people's claim to their ancient homeland
- What Ben-Gurion said about "land for peace" as a pathway to resolving the Israeli/Palestinian conflict
- What God Himself says about giving up His land to others
Thank you for your friendship and your love for Israel!
Mat Staver, President
Christians in Defense of Israel
P.S. While President Trump's peace plan remains under wraps, the one thing we do know is that giving away land for peace will never work when one party does not recognize the right of the other to exist.
The Palestinian Authority does not recognize Israel's right to exist, so no land giveaway will bring peace. Please consider advancing the work of Christians in Defense of Israel with a special gift -- and be sure to ask for your copy of Why the Two-State Solution Won't Work . . . But What Could.