Netanyahu pledges annexation of Jewish locations in Judea and Samaria

 Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu pledged on Tuesday, a week before the general election, that, if re-elected, he will apply Israeli law to all the Jewish locations of Judea and Samaria and other regions vital to Israel’s security. He said he had obtained the US administration’s approval. The first area to be annexed would be the Jordan Valley in its entirety– not just a short strip. Together with the Golan, whose annexation President Donald Trump endorsed, Israel would then be secured against enemies from the east. Netanyahu called for a mandate from the voter in order to form a cabinet able to deliver on this pledge. He said that, unlike the opposition leader Benny Gantz, he had the experience and skills for leading the negotiations on the Trump peace plan, which he said would be finally unveiled shortly after Israel’s general election. This was a unique and historic opportunity for resolving the future of Judea and Samaria.

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18 thoughts on “Netanyahu pledges annexation of Jewish locations in Judea and Samaria

  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 18:57 at 18:57
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    Bravo Bibi. Thank you!

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    • Sep 10, 2019 @ 20:27 at 20:27
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      Agreed. Israeli blood was shed for this land, it is Israeli.

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 19:10 at 19:10
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    Ok, now we talk! But this is Jewish land since millennia already, and so in here “annexation” is more of “returning to whom it really belongs”.

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 19:14 at 19:14
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    This is great news. I wonder if it will prompt Iran and its proxies to now launch an attack

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 19:41 at 19:41
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    Yes, if the Stachim would have been annexed in 1967 there would be less trouble today, as one should have kicked out the Arabs to Jordan in the same move.

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 20:34 at 20:34
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    Very sad news for Jews everywhere.

    All that we are doing is rubbing salt in a already open wound. How is this going to help us achieve peace?

    Yes this is smart politics as it will unify Bibi’s electorate and help him to retain his amenity from prosecution.

    But very negative for all non extremist Jews everywhere and any Palestinians who could still work towards peace.

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    • Sep 10, 2019 @ 20:54 at 20:54
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      Agree!

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    • Sep 10, 2019 @ 21:11 at 21:11
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      Of course we will work towards a big peace, together with general Salami!
      Do you know that Salam = Peace in Arabic?
      Let us hope we first escape this moment favorable for Israel.
      Then, but only for non extremist Jews, we Palestinians will allow to save their life nicely by emigrating to US for a sample. Then we will rejoice: finally there is peace.
      For the few Jewish survivors, in case they get shot or something, all they have to do is to lodge a complaint to the Hamas headquarters.
      Glad to see Palestinian Jews truly exist, I thought these are jokes about crazy people.

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      • Sep 10, 2019 @ 21:29 at 21:29
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        You redneck gutter trash Jews are the greatest cancer we have and the damage that you inflict up us is far greater then what we face from the Palestinians.

        You need to pull your heads out of your old world gutter mindset. Jews have been living peacefully in the middle east for hundreds up hundreds of years.

        Its your kind that started this mess and instead of helping the matter you only make it worse.

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    • Sep 10, 2019 @ 23:35 at 23:35
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      @Jacob and other non-Messianic descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob:

      The Holy Bible tells of how peace will be achieved.

      1s t There will come a world leader that will deliver peace for Israel. And for a few years it will seem to be so. But it is a false peace that ultimately results in a period of time referred to as the tribulation (see Matthew 24).

      2nd When Israel calls out to the real messiah, Jesus the Christ, he will return and save those descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob that have survived.

      3rd Jesus will establish his kingdom on Earth and that true peace you are looking for will have arrived.

      4th Even if you died at some earlier point, the whole house of Israel will be resurrected and brought into the promised land.

      As to when this will occur, it won’t be for many years yet. Why do I say that? The Holy Bible tells us in Isaiah 19 and Ezekiel 29 that the Nile will stop flowing and the Egyptian economy will completely collapse. Then the Egyptians will leave and not return for 40years. This is almost certainly an end-times prophecy, not an event to occur after Jesus returns. Note that this complete drying-up of the Nile has never occurred in recorded history.

      Also note that Zechariah 14 makes it clear that every nation that fights against Jerusalem after the Lord Jesus returns is required to keep the Feast of Tabernacles and then the specific example is given using Egypt. Clearly, the Egyptians will necessarily have returned to Egypt by that time in order to keep the Feast of Tabernacles.

      What does all this mean? It means that since the Nile has not dried-up yet, we are more than 40years from the Lord establishing his kingdom here on Earth.

      There is much to be learned from the Book of the Future (the Holy Bible). Don’t be surprised by what I have typed above. There is far more information to be gleaned from the Holy Bible. It is not possible for a human to spend too much time studying the Holy Bible. Peace.

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      • Sep 11, 2019 @ 0:32 at 0:32
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        @texasdave
        You have pathetic insight into the Scripture, and you definitely should not be flapping your gums on a geopolitical blog about things you clearly do not have eyes to see. I will show you your errors, but I am sure you will return to your vomit:

        1. The anointed leader of Daniel 9:25 is the end-time Elijah, and he does not bring peace. You should examine the life of Elijah to understand who the end-time Elijah is and what he is destined to do. I will give you a hint; Elijah stood up to the false (fake) prophets.

        The covenant of Daniel 9:27 is NOT a peace covenant. It is an alliance of the strong (apollyon and 10 rebel angels AKA 10 horns). They do not conquer with peace, they conquer with EASE. Read Joel 1-2 and Rev 9 to understand what does the conquering.

        2. The Messiah returns to earth at the end of the 71st week, which is the week of wrath AKA the consummation of judgment on the fallen angels. When He returns, He does not save anyone, He kills ALL (Rev 19:21), because the beasts (wicked angels) force ALL to take the MARK (DNA) splicing from apollyon, thus ALL alive on earth after Rev 14:17-20 (midst of the week) have the MARK (human/angel hybrids, like the giants of old).

        3. The whole House of Israel is not resurrected and brought into the promised land. Read Daniel 12:1-2. “Everyone found written in the book of life will be rescued.” Meaning, those people fulfill Rev 14:12 and they are Raptured up to New Jerusalem in one of the four Raptures. Gabriel specifies that it is those found in the book of life, NOT all the people.

        You have no clue of who is who and what is what in the Scripture, so my best advice to you is: keep your mouth shut and do way more asking, seeking, knocking, and studying before commenting with Scripture.
        James 3:1

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        • Sep 11, 2019 @ 1:17 at 1:17
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          Hmmm, there are those who take scripture and contort and distort. As long as the reader know this, then they are protected from those who would mislead them. There are some very interesting but not accurate conjectures presented above. Some of the commenting is of an offensive and personal nature. I prefer to show respect to all and insult none. So, JP, you apparently have the clues and like to tell others to keep quiet. Well, no. Peace.

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    • Sep 11, 2019 @ 1:48 at 1:48
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      You know as well as anyone with a pair of eyes, ears, and a brain that the Arabs version of peace is nothing less than the total elimination of Israel.

      How many peace negotiations between Israel and the Arabs need to fail before you become a believer that real peace between Islam and Judaism is a chimera?

      This is not “smart politics.” It is survival!

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    • Sep 11, 2019 @ 2:46 at 2:46
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      Jew stayed in exile for 2000 years and suffered due to mentality of those who hold the views you expressed

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  • Sep 10, 2019 @ 20:51 at 20:51
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    This should have been discussed in the Knesset or include for people to vote on during the election.

    I hope that this is been done with the consent of all the major parties as its us who will have to live with the consequences if this is just a political ploy.

    Bibi is cautious so I have to give him the benefit of the doubt here.

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    • Sep 10, 2019 @ 21:06 at 21:06
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      Rivka it’s only going to happen If Bibi is reelected but I agree that there should have been a national debate about this.

      Including this as a election gimmick is not the right way to have handled something as important as this.

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    • Sep 10, 2019 @ 22:36 at 22:36
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      @Rivka- Yes Agree.

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