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    Germany reveals Arab countries' response to the sale of Holy Jerusalem

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    Post by Rocky Thu 28 Dec 2017, 2:13 am

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    Former German Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer wrote an article Thursday on the era of the Sykes-Picot Agreement, which divided the Arab region between France and Britain and delineated its borders, as well as more about the nature of the Arab-Israeli conflict and the changes in the region The Palestinian cause".
     
    Fischer saw that at the most recent stage when the Palestinians and the Israelis came close to achieving peace, during the period between the signing of the Oslo Accords on 13 September 1993 and the assassination of former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin on November 4, 1995, the status of Jerusalem in the two agreements remained unresolved Of the peace process, given its sensitivity and complexity.
     
    In his article published on the Euro News website, he referred to the American decision on Jerusalem. He concluded that Trump would not have taken such a decision had it not been for the response of major countries in the so-called "Arab moderation" countries such as Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Jordan. That the two-state solution between the Palestinians and the Israelis has ended forever.
     
    He stressed that historically the seat of the Israeli government and the Knesset (parliament) in West Jerusalem, and international missions and diplomatic figures were making official visits there as an area under Israeli influence. After the Six-Day War in 1967, Israel annexed East Jerusalem, and since then it has never been recognized internationally. Therefore, many countries, including the United States, have kept their embassies in Tel Aviv aware that the status of Jerusalem and its political and religious structure are complex and dangerous.
     
    Moreover, Fisher says these countries also know the price of bias toward Israel, its effects on the prospects for a final solution to the two states, and therefore on the peace process, as long as the two-state solution has always been the only solution at the negotiating table, especially after the Palestinians finally recognize Israel. In 1993, despite all the Israeli excesses in the area of ​​expansion of settlements in the West Bank.
     
    At the same time, Fischer asked for an alternative: Is Israel turning into a bi-national state? This will open the door to the crisis of the identity of the entity between democracy or Judaism? Or does the solution require more time until the Palestinians give up the struggle to establish their own state within the framework of a two-state solution and demand equal civil rights?
     
    "There is a third option, at least theoretically, for the establishment of a Palestinian state in the Gaza Strip that extends to northern Sinai, under Egypt's effective control, while the West Bank is divided between Israel and Jordan, but the Palestinians will never accept this outcome.


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