I am sure the unwarranted existence of Israel as well as its continued expansion, coupled with Global Imperialism, altogether have nothing to do with instability in the Middle East, Mr. Netanyahu.
I am not here to argue with you or your Israeli patrons.
Our arguments will go nowhere seeing as how you firmly defend your right to exist, your right to defend, and your right to expand.
In my eyes, not only should you not exist as a nation-state called Israel, I think you are guilty of committing crimes against humanity, namely against Palestinians and other arabs, and also of violating the national sovereignty of other nations, from Lebanon, Syria and Iraq to Egypt, Libya and Algeria.
You forbid Palestinians from having their state. You continue funding Islamic extremists and supporting terrorists in the region in order to portray all muslims as terrorists and ultimately maintain control over the region.
All attempts at building and securing secular, liberal states in the Middle East have been corrupted by a “loose coalition” of Israeli and Western forces along with whatever other pawns they have in the world. This is fact, as seen in Iran in 1952. At the time, then Prime Minister Mossaedgh wanted to nationalize oil and place it in the hands of the Iranian people — the West intervened under the pretense that if they didn’t, communism would prevail, leading to the end of the western ideal of individual freedom and happiness.
It is pretty simple to understand what the problem is in the Middle East, Mr. Netanyahu. Clearly your hypocrisy evades you.
How is it that your nation holds ties with Saudi Arabia, one of the world’s largest exporters of religious terrorism in the world? I guess the commodity of oil here outweighs the importance of western values of social responsibility, individual freedom, and secularism.
How is it that the world’s largest concentration of oil lies in the hands of a man who wears royal garbs and orders the execution of people who violate sharia law?
Nonetheless, the Israelis will do whatever they can to justify their continued aggression against the Arab people as well as their expansion.
Just recently, I tweeted that the existence of Israel is unwarranted. As expected, I immediately received a response from an individual insinuating that I don’t love Jews (because I don’t approve of their ‘right to have a homeland called Israel’). A close friend of mine is Jewish, I said.
Judaism and Israel are two different things. I don’t have to love one to love the other.