Thursday, April 23, 2009

"Two State Solution" is Unfeasible says National Council of Young Israel


Thank G-d some organization has the decency to stand up against this stupidity. Thank you NCYI!

You are the organization that sees that the Emperor Obama HAS NO CLOTHES!

This "two state" plan is plain stupid.

Of course Israel would agree to live next door to the arabs, but the arabs will NEVER agree to live next door to us. It doesn't matter how nice, how kind, how helpful, how diplomatic we are. It won't make any difference.

This is why we are commanded to remember Amalek.

Amalek hated us for NO REASON. It is baseless hatred.

Unless we remember Amalek, the idea that a group of people can hate us for NO REASON would be unimaginable. It is hard to wrap your head around that type of hate--but it exists.

G-d clearly wants us to realize that there are some types of people who can simply hate no matter what you do. The only way to deal with them is to follow G-d's commandment to pursue Amalek and destroy him until the end of days.

I define anyone who has baseless hatred for Jews as Amalek. The Arabs are Amalek.

We could throw ourselves into the sea and dissolve Israel, and they would still hate us. I'm sure they would claim we had poisoned the ocean on purpose in order to hurt them!

We need to stop negotiating away our heritage and start standing on principle, tradition, and strength. We need to remember the wisdom of Torah and G-d's Law and forget the stupidity of the UN, the EU, and their "humanitarian" law. This is the only thing that will save us.




Launches Grass Roots Effort Aimed At Shifting U.S. Approach Towards Israel And The Palestinians

The National Council of Young Israel (NCYI) today urged American political leaders to reconsider its "two-state solution" policy with respect to the Israeli-Palestinian situation. The NCYI also announced that they are initiating a grass roots effort intended to enlighten U.S. leaders as to the dangers of advocating for an independent Palestinian state alongside Israel. The National Council of Young Israel's actions come in the wake of recent statements by U.S. diplomatic leaders which signal that the United States intends to aggressively pursue a "two-state solution" as a prerequisite to peace in the region.

NCYI President Shlomo Z. Mostofsky, Esq. questioned the logic of putting forth a proposal that is virtually certain to fail. He cited a number of outstanding issues that essentially preclude the furtherance of any peace talks prior to them being addressed and resolved.

For example, Mostofsky pointed to the fact that the Palestinian Authority's Chief Justice recently reminded Palestinians that selling land to Jews is considered "high treason," a crime that carries with it a death sentence. In fact, numerous Palestinians have been put to death over the years for allegedly selling property to Jews. "It is unfathomable to engage in any serious discussion about peace while the Palestinians' longstanding racist policy of equating selling land to a Jew with a death sentence remains in effect," said Mostofsky. "We question how the United States could decide to engage in direct interaction with a regime that advocates a housing policy which undermines all of the protections that America's fair housing policies expressly seek to preserve for its own citizenry."

Mostofsky also cited the ongoing saga involving Israeli MIA Gilad Shalit as a barrier to any peace agreement. "So long as the Palestinians continue to use this young man's life as a bargaining chip, their assertion that they are interested in peace is absolutely meaningless," said Mostofsky. "Until Gilad Shalit is unconditionally released and reunited with his family, the prospect of peace is a mere fantasy."


During his recent visit to Israel, President Obama’s Special Envoy to the Middle East, George Mitchell, said that “a two-state solution is the only solution.” In a meeting with Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, Mitchell said that “U.S. policy favors, in respect to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, a two-state solution which will have a Palestinian state living in peace alongside the Jewish state of Israel.” Just several days ago, a spokesman for the U.S. Department of State described the United States’ policy with regard to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict as the “pursuit of a two-state solution with the two countries living side-by-side in peace.”

These statements signify a disturbing trend with regard to the United States’ approach towards Israel. Many American policymakers erroneously consider the creation of an independent Palestinian state side-by-side with Israel to be paramount to achieving a peaceful resolution of the situation in the Middle East. The National Council of Young Israel firmly believes that an independent Palestinian state would merely compound the complex problems that currently exist and open the door to a new wave of acts of terror directed at innocent Israeli civilians. America’s stated intent to pursue an independent Palestinian state is untenable and unfeasible in light of the Palestinians’ well-documented hatred of the Jewish people and resentment of the Jewish state.

Our community needs to contact American political leaders and urge them not to push Israel to accede to calls for the creation of a Palestinian state.

The following are several outstanding issues that must be addressed and resolved before the commencement of any peace talks:

The fact that the Palestinian Authority issues a death sentence to people who sell land to Jews.

  • The fact that Israeli MIA Gilad Shalit is still being held captive by Islamic militants.
  • The fact that the U.S. has rejected Prime Minister Netanyahu’s demand that the Palestinians acknowledge Israel as a Jewish state before renewing peace talks.
  • The fact that Prime Minister Netanyahu’s concerns that ceding control of Israeli land to the Palestinians would exacerbate the situation need to be taken seriously by the U.S. (the Gaza experience proves that the land for peace concept does not work!)
  • The fact that Jerusalem, the eternal capital of the Jewish people, cannot be divided.
  • The fact that that control of Jewish holy sites, and for that matter, the Christian holy sites, cannot and should not be relinquished to the Palestinians.
  • The fact that the U.S. has not discussed what would happen in the event that the two-state solution, which it is advocating, eventually fails, nor has it spoken about what role the U.S. is prepared to play in that event to restore a sense of stability to the region.

The National Council of Young Israel urges you to call and email these key American policymakers and urge them not to advocate for an independent Palestinian state:

thank you for your support--please email us at

White House- President Barack Obama
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, DC 20500
(202) 456-1111
Comments: 202-456-1111
Switchboard: 202-456-1414
FAX: 202-456-2461

Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton
U.S. Department of State
2201 C Street NW
Washington, DC 20520

Main Switchboard:
202-647-4000 or
Fax- 202.647.1579, or 202.647.3340

Senator John Kerry
Chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee

Office Locations Washington D.C.
218 Russell Bldg.
Second Floor
Washington D.C. 20510
(202) 224-2742 - Phone
(202) 224-8525 – Fax

Congressman Howard Berman
Chairman of the Congressional Committee on Foreign Affairs
Washington Office
Congressman Howard L. Berman
2221 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Phone: (202) 225-4695
Fax: (202) 225-3196
District Office

Congressman Howard L. Berman
14546 Hamlin Street, Suite 202
Van Nuys, CA 91411
Phone: (818) 994-7200
Fax: (818) 994-1050

Congressman Gary Ackerman
Chairman of the Congressional Subcommittee of the Middle East and South Asia)
Washington, DC
2243 Rayburn House Office Building
House of Representatives
Washington, DC 20515
Phone: (202) 225-2601
Fax: (202) 225-1589

Bayside Office
218-14 Northern Boulevard
Bayside, NY 11361
Phone: (718) 423-2154
Fax: (718) 423-5053

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