Ahmadinejad 'fine' with two-state solution

Apr 28, 2009 Full story: Ynetnews 12

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says he would support the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, if the Palestinian public held a referendum on the matter.

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“It's about the American People”

Since: Jun 07

Flushing, NY

#1 Apr 28, 2009
The ugly dwarf liar Ahmadinajad who seek the end of the world and the Twelfth Imam within the next few months is working ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with the fraudulent African radical Islamic of the Oval office Barack Obama on their solution of “two Islamic states” with one capital city Jerusalem...Ha Ha Ha… with the Jews killed or converted to radical Islamic Shariya rules....Ha Ha Ha
Atilla

Veldhoven, Netherlands

#4 Apr 28, 2009
Jones. What are you talking about? Ahmadinajad is a big man, who has the testikels to say the truths.
kam

Australia

#5 Apr 28, 2009
Jones wrote:
The ugly dwarf liar Ahmadinajad who seek the end of the world and the Twelfth Imam within the next few months is working ‘shoulder to shoulder’ with the fraudulent African radical Islamic of the Oval office Barack Obama on their solution of “two Islamic states” with one capital city Jerusalem...Ha Ha Ha… with the Jews killed or converted to radical Islamic Shariya rules....Ha Ha Ha
With your Zionist propaganda in tatters now that he has publicly stated a two state solution is acceptable you are loosing your nerve, have a look at the chess board in front of you it is check mate!
mrsliberal

Skokie, IL

#6 Apr 28, 2009
kam wrote:
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With your Zionist propaganda in tatters now that he has publicly stated a two state solution is acceptable you are loosing your nerve, have a look at the chess board in front of you it is check mate!
That he says he agrees to a two-state solution doesn't make his statement of value.

You see his opinion is just that...as is yours. Some of us think he would say anything to get his opinion heard or believed. Yes, I think he is a liar. But, I don't think his opinion is better than mine nor more righteous nor educated.
kam

Bass Hill, Australia

#8 Apr 28, 2009
mrsliberal wrote:
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That he says he agrees to a two-state solution doesn't make his statement of value.
You see his opinion is just that...as is yours. Some of us think he would say anything to get his opinion heard or believed. Yes, I think he is a liar. But, I don't think his opinion is better than mine nor more righteous nor educated.
You and I have opinions and that's it we cannot act upon them nor make policies that matter, however he can, his policies are not necessarily his but put together by think tanks and then submitted and then accepted by authorities and then made public and or acted upon. that is a major difference between what you and i can do or achieve.

Since: Oct 07

Melbourne, Australia

#9 Apr 29, 2009
He never said he would accept a two state solution just said the same as usual.
All the Arab's of Palestine descendant can vote and if they agree then it would be ok. i.e. the Jews are a minority in the vote so the outcome would be to destroy Israel.

Forget what he does to Israel and Jews.
What about the Bahai and Arabs in Iran who are persecuted. Gays? Women?
Iran is involved in terror throughout the world.
Iraq/Afganistan/Lebanon/Palest inians/Egypt are the local ones.
Then there is Africa especially Sudan and its surroundings, also N.Korea.
Then on to South America.

how can you support a country run by radical Islamists in the illusion of a democracy?
Merlin

Boston, MA

#10 Apr 29, 2009
Isn't there already a 2 state solution on the former British Mandate? Jordan, the Arab state and Israel the Jewish one.

“Ma0 BaMa THE GREAT DECEIVER”

Since: Mar 08

somewhere i BELONG

#11 Apr 29, 2009
hmm will it be a 7 year plan?
mrsliberal

Skokie, IL

#12 Apr 29, 2009
kam wrote:
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You and I have opinions and that's it we cannot act upon them nor make policies that matter, however he can, his policies are not necessarily his but put together by think tanks and then submitted and then accepted by authorities and then made public and or acted upon. that is a major difference between what you and i can do or achieve.
Without him recognizing Israel nor saying he'd not support the terror groups, it means nothing. He wants a State recognized for the "pals" and then will just continue to fund Hamas and Hezbollah, saying Israel is not a real state nor are the Jews.

You see, Islam thinks converts to Islam from Jews, Christians or whoever are indication of how wonderful the religion is...ignoring how many convert out of fear...but anyone who converted to Judaism is a fake Jew. This illogical and defenseless thinking thrives in all of Islam, against all of the rest of us.

Since: Mar 09

Palestine, Aelia Capitolina

#13 Apr 29, 2009
"Ahmadinejad 'fine' with two-state solution".

I glad to hear Ahmadinejad finally fine with two state solution - one half of Iran under USA control, and the second half, under control of England.
mrsliberal

Skokie, IL

#14 Apr 29, 2009
Merlin wrote:
Isn't there already a 2 state solution on the former British Mandate? Jordan, the Arab state and Israel the Jewish one.
The world, with the help of the Jordanian and Muslim propaganda machine forgets this. Yes, Transjordan became Jordan and much bigger as part of the plan to make sure there was a home for the Muslim Pals...as well as the Jewish Pals. The general public not only forgets this, but that the West Bank is really those who refused to become Jordanian Pals and made life miserable for the King and his people with their demands. The world also forgets that while Israel was trying to build a nation with safety for their people, Jordan didn't follow through and it did attack Israel and overtook Jerusalem (against UN and world plans) by not allowing Jews to visit their holy sites...during this time they also destroyed many, many Jewish antiquities and sites, including cemetaries, then used the grave stones to pave streets. Yet, Israel who was screwed and
fired upon still had leaders who had humanity in their hearts...Moishe Dayan, who led the Israeli Army into Jerusalem did not allow the Israelis to put their flag on the Mount (replacing the Jordanian one, which was illegal)...as a native to the area, he knew this was hurtful, and he knew the UN declared (and both Muslim and Jews agreed that Jerusalem should be international) General Dayan gave Muslims a chance to be humane and again they failed. And, although the Mount, and East Jerusalem holy to many, was not allowed to be accessed by Jews, Moishe asked the Israeli flag be taken down. Yes, Jordan and Israel now have a treaty, but their history is being erased to make Jordan look like it is humane, when they were terrorists as well and the lack of humanity becomes shrouded. Much like the Muslim history of Nazi complicity, much like the damage to history, including Holocaust denial, they won't admit their flaws and persecution.

I give you this video as to the reason and documentation that Israel is now a country of progress: http://www.aish.com/heroesOfIsrael/heroesOfIs...

While Muslims were attacking Israel, Jews did build a country with peaceful intentions and desire for peace. Yes, they had support, but yes they used the money to help themselves help humanity. Israel did not deserve the attacks against it...Israel did protect itself with closing tunnels, building fences (to stop suicide bombers) and to stop the raids. They just didn't spend the money on propaganda, they built safety for all their people, Christians, Jews and the Muslims that stayed.

Again, look at Israel: http://www.aish.com/heroesOfIsrael/heroesOfIs...
mrsliberal

Skokie, IL

#15 Apr 29, 2009
http://www.aish.com/heroesOfIsrael/heroesOfIs...

another video that you haven't seen...

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