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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Does Jimmy Carter hold the Satmar SHIT'eh against the State of Israel?

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Former US president Jimmy Carter penned an op-ed in The New York Times Monday imploring President Barack Obama to formally recognize a Palestinian state before Donald Trump takes office in January.

Carter’s controversial 2006 book “Palestine: Peace Not Apartheid” designated Israel an apartheid state “with two peoples occupying the same land, but completely separated from each other, with Israelis totally dominant and suppressing violence by depriving Palestinians of their basic human rights.”
While the 39th president did not reiterate his allegation of Israeli apartheid in his latest commentary on the conflict, he nonetheless cast full blame for its continuation exclusively on Israeli activity.
With eight weeks left before Trump assumes power, Carter insisted the outgoing president could resuscitate negotiations between Israelis and Palestinians by granting the Palestinians statehood recognition unilaterally.
“I am convinced that the United States can still shape the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict before a change in presidents, but time is very short,” he said. “The simple but vital step this administration must take before its term expires on Jan. 20 is to grant American diplomatic recognition to the state of Palestine, as 137 countries have already done, and help it achieve full United Nations membership.”
“The commitment to peace is in danger of abrogation,” he continued. “Israel is building more and more settlements, displacing Palestinians and entrenching its occupation of Palestinian lands.”
This is not the first time Carter has published an opinion piece criticizing Israel and promoting the Palestinian cause. In August 2014, amid the Israel-Hamas war that summer, he wrote in Foreign Policy magazine that the situation was a “humanitarian catastrophe” and that the US should recognize Hamas’s “legitimacy as a political actor.”
On Monday, the Georgia native also encouraged the UN Security Council to pass a resolution that would delineate parameters for resolving the conflict, which he suggested would entail a return to the 1967 borders and condemning all Israeli communities beyond the Green Line as illegal.
He cited two moves Obama made during his first term that suggested embracing such initiatives would be in line with the current president’s previous policy — his 2009 demand that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu place a 10-month moratorium on West Bank settlement construction as a trust-building measure, and his 2011 speech that said “the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines.”
Carter left out the next part of Obama’s sentence in that speech, however. The full sentence reads: “We believe the borders of Israel and Palestine should be based on the 1967 lines with mutually agreed swaps, so that secure and recognized borders are established for both states.”
Along with measures such as demilitarizing any Palestinian state and establishing a UN “peacekeeping force,” Carter maintained the two moves for which he was advocating would create the conditions for progress in the region.
“The combined weight of United States recognition, United Nations membership and a Security Council resolution solidly grounded in international law would lay the foundation for future diplomacy,” he said.
There has been speculation in recent months that Obama might make a final push for peace or recognition before leaving office in order to help advance his vision for a two-state outcome.
President-elect Trump has offered seemingly contradictory views on what role he wants to play in the conflict, but has said multiple times that he would like to pursue a peace deal between the two parties.
In his most recent interview with The New York Times, he said,” I would love to be able to be the one that made peace with Israel and the Palestinians” and suggested his Orthodox Jewish son-in-law Jared Kushner could be made a special envoy for Middle East peace.


Ma Rabbi said...

We do not understand Hashem's ways. I do not understand why this Rosha Carter has not been taken to Gehenom already.

Anonymous said...

You like it or not is irrelevant, but what you call the Satmar Shita is actually the Shita of the Torah, and Zionism besides being a physical continuation of Nazi-Germany it's in fact a copy of the shatz and frankisten movements and so are their attacks on all the anti-zionist Jews, almost every word in their attacks was already used by the above movements

Abe said...

Anonymous 6:14,

Where in the Torah is the Satmar SHIT"ah cited?
You should stop wearing veise zoken that are 2 sizes too small. They're restricting the blood flow to your brain.

jancsibacsi said...

6:14 PM---You are truly menatlly ill go get help, di farrikter shoite.

Anonymous said...

Dope# 6:14

You're too stupid to realize that Carter hates Jews whether the're Zionists or not. You're also stupid if you think Carter or anybody else in the world can do any reversal of G-Ds plan about Israel. Thousands try every day and fail. You're stupid and a heretic to boot. shake hands with Clinton because both of you are delusional and deny the reality that you lost.She got drunk on election night and join her at the tavern. Go drink.

Anonymous said...

DIN,how dare you to compare Carter to the criminal Satmar bastards,
at least Carter agrees that the Jews have a right to Israel within the pre-1967 borders,but these Romanian gypsy jew hating KAPO bastards claim that jews have no right to our God given Eretz Yisroel before the arrival of the messiah and all of it belongs to our murderous enemies.

Anonymous said...

I don't belong to any chassidus, but you should get someone who's wearing a veise chalatel aka a mental specialist to take care of your disorders

Anonymous said...

Hey REAL Mr Dope
Are you really that stupid? Go read my comment again and look for the name "Carter", and are you really so low that you don't realize that NOTHING happens without the order of shamayim? Carter Clinton Obama ALL of them are messengers of Hashem, and since you sound to have a great IQ, G-d didn't have from all of Judaism who to make him his messenger about EY only some low class scum-dog who grew up in a assimilated family and who was a full fledged apikores and hater of Judaism? That's G-d's plan? I have news for you, learn some Torah and you'll find out that that plan will totally expire like all their predecessors hopefully sooner than later

Anonymous said...

Satmar is not jewish they are Muslim anti semites

Anonymous said...

and what kind of shlichus are YOU doing, Mr. 9:59?
What did shamayim order you to do? By the way, Zionists are all also shlichim of Hashem. Also good Vodka is a shaliach so why don't you take a sip? Back to King Davis's question , Why did Hashem create meshugaim? can you answer this?

Chaim Feldman said...

Satmar = evil self hating jewish traitors

Sam Kay said...

Ben Sorer uMoreh Targum Onkelos says "Satu Mare" ...
Satmaritis is a disease with large tentacles ...
Affects both Jews & non-Jews ...

AishKodesh said...

I see a lot of shtus here from both sides: Pro-Satmar and anti-Satmar. The above comments are just divarim beteilim mamash. We ALL need to learn more Mussar.

Anonymous said...

"Zionism are also shlichim of Hashem" of course to as a NISAYON, and unfortunately since the majority of Jews did not pass this test and accepted this as a so called geula not waiting for the REAL geula which is going to be by Hashem not through any messengers as the NEVYIM AND CHAZAL TELL US, Therefore the REAL geula was postponed unfortunately, but no way will this atheistic entity be around forever, that's exactly what we pray 3 times daily velamalshinim