In a statement on October 16, US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley slammed a recent decision by the UN General Assembly to allow Palestine to chair the coalition Group of 77. The partially-recognized state will lead the UN-based coalition of developing nations starting in January 2019.

In her statement Haley noted that the US had voted against the decision because it considers such a move harmful to achieving peace between the Palestinians and Israelis. She also recalled that the State of Palestine is not a full member to the UN and is not recognized by all of its member states, including the US.

“The Palestinians are not a UN Member State or any state at all. […] Today’s UN mistake undermines the prospects for peace by encouraging the illusion held by some Palestinian leaders that they can advance their goals without direct peace negotiations,” Haley said.

The US envoy added that Palestine is not “eligible to be admitted as a UN Member State.”

Washington has been a consistent critic of the Palestinians over their methods of reaching a lasting peace with Israel. The US opposed the designation of the partially-recognized state as a UN non-member observer in 2012.

The Group of 77, a coalition of developing countries at the UN that was founded in 1964 and now includes134 states has announced that it has chosen the State of Palestine as its chair starting in 2019. The coalition is currently led by Egypt.

 

 

Source: Sputnik

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Now why would the shiksa chick say that ? Nearly all the countries in the world recognise the state of Palestine, it is only a few backward nations that fail to do so. In 2012, by a vote of 138-9,general assembly resolution 67/19 was passed in favour of upgrading Palestine to a ” non member observer state ” in the united nations. This change of status was described by the independent as ” de facto recognition of the STATE of PALESTINE “. So once again the deluded Ms Haley is quite wrong, and one can only conclude that when she… Read more »

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You CAN’T be a UN member unless you have a territory and the only way they can get it is to sign a land treaty with Israel which they ALWAYS REFUSED.
As long as they don’t only the 1922 San-Remo treaty map is legal.
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Israel will not define it’s borders with the Palestinian state as with Syria, so how can any land deal be agreed. In this map you have presented the Golan heights are shown to be within Syrian borders, but like the state of Palestine there is no recognised Isareli border that leaves the area in a flux like state and open to the theft of even more land.

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You are wrong! The borders are perfectly recognised through the 1922 San-Remo treaty, and if you don’t recognise these, saying Israel is illegitimate, so are Syria, Lebanon and Iraq which were created the same way. These are the ruins of the Ottoman empire, dude!

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They are not recognised that is why squatters are able to steal morre and more land.

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Nobody is contesting that Israel invaded the Golan-Heights, but Syria can only blame herself for the loss : nobody forced her into participating the 1967 war of aggression on Israel.

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If you start a war of aggression an lose territory, you can shove it in your a$$. So is the right of conquest.

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>You CAN’T be a UN member unless you have a territory < The Palestinians have a territory, the trouble is Israel keeps stealing it.

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Nope, they haven’t since, unless they sign a land treaty, it still belongs to Israel! And they refused to do so MANY times!

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The population of Palestine was not present and asked in San-Remo which created the casus belli for a dozen wars.
My dear Entente blockhead.

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If you see the “non member observer state” as a de-facto recognition as a state, so the Order of Malta is a de-facto state too while they only rule 2 huge villas n Italy and a fort in Malta.

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And since, instead of promoting peace and good neighbourhood, both PLO and Hamas went on with their stupid project to uproot Israelis and conquer the whole country, that’s even why PNA refuses to sign any land treaty…

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It’s obvious that Israelis ended changing their mind, having finally understood that Oslo-II was a taqiyya (deception) that Arafat himself compared to the Hudaibiyah treaty.

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Thus, since UN CAN’T CREATE COUNTRIES (read UN charter!), signing a land treaty is now off Israeli table. Thus, Palestine is not a country and actually will NEVER be, it’s an obvious FACT.

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It could have happened, but Arafat/Abbas weren’t true to their parole.

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In fact, Israelis are too optimistic. They should have puled out from Oslo-II when Arafat launched the 2nd intifada instead signing the land treaty in 2000AD.

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PLO has NEVER stopped to promote the use of violence and even brags about their strategy of alternating violence and diplomacy to get gains without conceding anything.

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Now they will end getting NOTHING.

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The illegal entity of Israel was created so whats your point ?

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If Israel is illegal, so are Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq since all were created “illegally” through the same process!

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Yes and so be it !

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I forgot : UNGA resolutions are non-binding => These worth as much as shït. And frankly, rabbi drewzif, your masters in Tehran don’t give a fück about binding UNSC ones since they keep arming UNSC-banned HELLbollah, so frankly, you’re very in double standards!

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Including about your own Koran since Surat 5.20-21 give the land of Israel to the Jews and S.17.104 say that the Jewish diaspora will return and Jews will repossess their land, thus you curse your own creepy book, period!

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I’m from the UK Daesh and have no allegiance to anybody. I just speak up for the TRUTH.

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@Rabbe, my dear shegetz, as of 3 August 2018, 137 of the 193 United Nations (UN) member states and two non-member states have recognized the State of Palestine. So not only “backward” countries like the UK and the US do not recognise it. The countries that do not recognize take the position that the establishment of a Palestinian state can only be determined through direct negotiations and a treaty between Israel and the PNA. For them the State of Palestine exists de facto but not de jure.

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Niki Haley MUST be confused! Palestine has always been a country except some idiots from Europe came over and are occupying it. I recognize Palestine and I recognize that Niki Haley is pas corrupt as they come.

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YOU STILL HERE? I THOUGHT THE b***h IS LEAVING.

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What role does the San Remo Conference play in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, if at all and why?
https://www.quora.com/What-role-does-the-San-Remo-Conference-play-in-the-Israeli-Palestinian-conflict-if-at-all-and-why

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Yet another failed state and the best way is to throw it under the bus once and for all.
The Arab-League shall take its responsibilities on the people they dragged into this Fraud and send them back to the countries of their ancestors.

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1 century ago, only about 15,000 Arabs were living west of the Jordan river, into “Jewish-Palestine” AKA Israel and only half of these were born here… Ending with 900-950k in 1948 wasn’t achieved by natural means.

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All these were deliberately “imported” to derail the planned creation of the state of Israel even before its birth. The plot ended into an epic failure, as did all wars the Arab-League led and the propaganda they funded.

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Now there are 5M ppl stranded in 6,000km² while the the “Arab-World” is 13 millions km² big. It’s high time to stop this ridiculous mess.

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Just give ’em 30,000km² even of desert with a sea-shore, have the Israelis build ’em desalination and irrigation systems if they really want a state (which I doubt) or simply take ’em as citizens with UN compensations.

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There is enough room on Easter island to accommadate all of world jewry. Everybody will be winners then.

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There is enough room on the Falklands isls. to accommodate the Fakestinians and if prevented to use ships and the Port-Stanley airport is closed, they won’t do terrorism on Argentina

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There is also enuff room in HËLL to accommodate all shitlamists… The sooner, the better 🙂

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Frankly, 163km² of Easter island for 14M Jews, you’re not generous. Why not putting all muslims in the Gaza strip as a compensation for the world. Not a problem : Germans can build gas-chambers and crematory ovens for you : isn’t it the Golden rule? What you wish to others, you wish to yourself!

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And as you want to kill all kâfir, it’d be just that you end killed instead 🙂 You had an absurd proposal, so you see, I can propose stuff as absurd as you!

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You are the only one advocating violence Daesh, it’s your squatter instinct.

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No need to build anything. Starve millions like the Allied Fascists did. 1945-1948,

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The Gaza strip is densely overpopulated it is the biggest open air prison in the world so lets not talk generosity hey! Nice to see you putting your little hasbara handbook to use, when all else fails bring up the holocaust. This was the no1 weapon for the stealing of Palestinian lands. The Germans never built any gas chambers its a myth, as proven by jewish film director David Cole (Stein) in his documentaries. The 6 million figure is another fabrication with the real death total nearer 250,000 including non-jews, most of who died of disease. And in your rabidness… Read more »

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In the case of Gaza the correct term to use is … The worlds biggest concentration camp.

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More nonsense old boy. In 1914 Palestine had a population of 657,000 Muslim arabs, 81,000 christian arabs and only 59,000 jews. You’re maths just don’t add up. 🙂

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographic_history_of_Palestine_

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You include the population of Jordan which constitutes 77% of the Palestine region! Your 59k Jews were all west of Jordan river for a population about 90-100k.

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Jerusalem alone had 42k Jews, 13k Christians and 5k muslims. There were 5k muslims in Haifa importded from Saudi-Arabia to build the Haifa-Damascus railroad in 1902.

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Other muslims in Israel were nomad bedouins or seasonal workers hired in proto-khiboutz

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No read it, Israeli Palestine it clearly says ,it’s simple.

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@Rabbe, The 1914 Turkish demographic aka tax records were not very accurate for some reason. Plus there was legal immigration into the Palestine mandate from 1918 till 1948 when Israel was founded.

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More nonsense old boy. In 1914 Palestine had a population of 657,000 Muslim arabs, 81,000 christian arabs and only 59,000 jews. You’re maths just don’t add up. 🙂

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographic_history_of_Palestine_

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This is the “Palestine” you speak about, Mr. trickster 😉
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How funny, nobody speaks about the Kingdom of Hejaz the al-Saouds stole from the Hashemites :
http://www.zum.de/whkmla/histatlas/arabworld/hejazhist.gif

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And as these idiots were then given Syria, lost it, then Iraq and lost it too, Brits cooked the “Arab-Palestine” thing to become Jordan for them.

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In violation of the Balfour declaration promises… So be happy Israel didn’t invaded Jordan, especially since the Rothschilds’ got near ruined at buying all this!

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No, israeli palestine, it’s quite simple even for you Daesh, but you seem to be confused about israels borders anyway.

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Yes and send the . the false jews back to Georgia too.

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Start sending Arabs BACK to their desert in Arabia, thus free Iraq, Syria, Iran, Egypt, Maghreb etc etc from Islam and have it sent crawling back in its hole between the two mosques as the serpent crawls back in its hole, as prophetised in Sahih Muslim book 1, Hadith 271, then I may agree with you.

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Thus, the huge majority of Jews in Israel are the Misrahi ones since Arab-League didn’t only expelled 711k Fakestinians from their homes in 1948, but also 850k Non-Israeli Jews from A-L countries.

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Then 350k additional ones until 1972 when other countries joined the Arab-League, e.g. Algeria…

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So yeah, I can only agree with you if only the Mecca and Medina mosques end left : it’s absolutely OK to send Georgian Jews back to Georgia if the world gets rid of smth worst than Nazism: Islam

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But Nazism has never gone away it’s alive and well in Israel.

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the vast majority of jews in Israel are Ashkenazi fact !!

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No. Rabbe. As of 2005, 61% of Israeli Jews were of full or partial Mizrahi ancestry. from Jews, Arabs, and Arab Jews: The Politics of Identity and Reproduction in Israel, Ducker, Clare Louise, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mizrahi_Jews

Face it. The Muslims decision to drive the Mizrahim to Israel made up the majority of the population and made it viable demographically.

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Well according to the source you’ve quoted it says Mizrahi and sephardic jews account for about half of the total jewish population.
” If combined, Mizrahi and sephardic jews number about one half of Israeli jews “. That would leave the other half, the AshkeNAZI with a slight majority.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mizrahi_Jews_in_Israel

Hope this clarifies things for you.

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“As of 2005, 61% of Israeli Jews were of full or partial Mizrahi ancestry.” You point to another Wikipedia article. I did not quote Yours. So 61% are full or partial Mizrahim. Plus the Sephardim according to Your article. Since they are mixing and You can count mixes both ways – You will end up with more than 100%. Mizrahim and Sephardim have higher birthrates than all but the Ultra Orthodox Jews. There are about 3.2 million Mizrahim and about 1.4 million Sephardim in Israel. Last census was the 2008 census with 7,412,200 people of whom 74.5 % were Jews.… Read more »

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It would seem that wikipedia is a very unreliable source and cannot be trusted as being accurate, this also makes your research pretty shoddy too. On the plus side i found this on the world populationreview.com. http://worldpopulationreview.com/countries/israel-population/ Here is a quote; The demography of Israel is monitored by a body named the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics. The most recent demographics of Israel, taken on Israel’s Independence Day in 2013, found 75% of the population is Jewish while Arabs account for 21% of the population. The remaining 4% (318,000) are referred to as “others” and are family members of Jewish… Read more »

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It would seem wikipaedia has 2 different sets of figures for the total Mizrahi jew population of Israel. They clearly befuddle the statistics with a view to deceiving people.

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The Wikipedia article You quote is shoddy research. Goto articles about the groups.

Wikipedia has several individual articles about this and related topics.

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It would seem your wikipedia quote is shoddy research too.
Misleading and erroneous info.

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Your article by Bishop is not researched well. That the Israelites always were a mixture of peoples is written in the Holy Bible. They had ONE God and spoke a Semite language – no more no less. New genetic research has proven that the Bible is right. But mind me – all Middle Eastern and European people are a mixture. And they all come from similar sources. Look at Your UK Cheddar man with his swarty skin and blue eyes. He is a pre neolithic hunter gatherer not an English Aryan. Next came the neolithic farmers with fair skin and… Read more »

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Nevertheless they are fake jews.

Revelation 3:9 King James Version (KJV)

9 Behold, I will make them of the synagogue of Satan, which say they are Jews, and are not, but do lie; behold, I will make them to come and worship before thy feet, and to know that I have loved thee.

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So the jewish encyclopedia is an unreliable source is it. I’m surprised you haven’t called it anti-semitic. I’m afraid you can’t alter the facts to further your beliefs it doesn’t work like that. I’m not sure what jewish denomination you are Stern, but you have a very limited understanding of your historical/genealogical roots.

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Bishop quoted the jewish encyclopedia wrongly. IMHO. Or did You check? You can become a Jew by conversion or be born by a Jewish mother. Only a minority of the current Jews have all Jewish ancestry on the maternal side. Some DNS studies suggest that anyway. They were not totally endogamous right from the start. The Bible says so. Revelation speaks of men belonging to the synagogue of the Satan. These men claim they are Jews. But that is a spiritual not a genetic claim. They are not Jews because they do not believe in God. https://biblehub.com/revelation/3-9.htm p.s. According to… Read more »

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Wrong Ashkenazi have a slight majority. Here,

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mizrahi_Jews_in_Israel

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No the Ashkenazim in Israel are 2.8 million or less and the ‎Mizrahim in Israel‎: ‎3,200,000. Due to efforts of the cradle they outgrew the Zionists since they arrived and are still outgrowing.

p.s. You were referring to the about 5,6 million US Jews who are mostly Ashkenazim. As I said the Wikipedia article You rely on is shoddy research. The majority of Jews in the world is Ashkenazim not that in Israel.

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Wikileaks is an unreliable source Stern.

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Rabbe. You can calculate the approximate number of Mizrahim when You know their original number, the elapsed time and their birthrate. They are in the range of three million and more.

I used Wikipedia not Wikileaks. You use Wikipedia also.