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Lewis Brackett (30 Sep 2011) “Knesset to vote on annexing the West Bank” Did Israel’s enemies count the cost of war against Israel?

The annexation of the West Bank by Israel is something that should have been done when the Jordanians attacked Israel and as a result lost the land and East Jerusalem. It is important that nations that are thinking of attacking any other nation to consider what if we loose? If history is to be a guide there are plenty of examples where this action resulted in dire consequences to the attacker.

In the case of Israel this small Nation has been attacked by their numerous and many times bigger enemies many times and they have persevered. The God of Israel which is the only true God in all the Universe will protect the Nation and preserve it for all eternity.

In the Gospel of Luke our Lord Jesus gives an analogy to the cost of being a disciple in Luke 14:31. This analogy can be applied to the situation between Israel and its many neighbors that plan war against it. In this case the comparison that needs to be made by Israel’s enemies is do we have enough troops to go against the people chosen by the God of Israel who is the ruler and Lord of Lords of all creation?.

31“Or suppose a king is about to go to war against another king. Will he not first sit down and consider whether he is able with ten thousand men to oppose the one coming against him with twenty thousand? 32If he is not able, he will send a delegation while the other is still a long way off and will ask for terms of peace. 33In the same way, any of you who does not give up everything he has cannot be my disciple.

The articles below are about these events that will soon take place in the Middle East.


Lewis Brackett (30 Sep 2011)
Knesset to vote on annexing the West Bank

Knesset to vote on annexing the West Bank…xing-west-bank

JERUSALEM (JTA) — The Knesset will vote on a bill calling for full Israeli
annexation of the West Bank.

Deputy Speaker Danny Danon announced Tuesday that the Knesset will take up
the bill, which he authored, at the end of October.

The bill also nullifies any financial obligations between Israel and the
Palestinian Authority that had been established by previous agreements,
according to a statement from Danon’s office.

“If the Palestinian Authority wishes to proceed on this reckless path and
bring further instability to the region, Israel cannot continue to pour
funds into this sinking ship of failed leadership,” Danon said, referring
to the PA’s statehood bid at the United Nations last Friday.

“The funding agreements with the PA were reached with the hope that their
leaders would work to create an environment of lasting peace and security
with Israel. Given that it is clear that the Palestinians have no such
desire, Israel must no longer be required to stand by these arrangements.”

The bill also nullifies the Oslo Accords, since it reads that “All
obligations between the State of Israel and the Palestinian Authority as
established by international agreements … will be considered null and

The letter also calls for additional sanctions against the Palestinians and
not allowing any country that cooperates with their statehood bid to
mediate future peace talks.

Tell MK Danon to Annex Judea and Samaria NOW at

Lewis Brackett



Time to Annex Judea
and Samaria
By John Hinderaker,
I do not understand why Israel has not
already annexed Judea and Samaria.
These regions, the heart of ancient
Israel, are generally known as the “West
Bank” of the Jordan River. Three times,
Arab states have attacked Israel in an
effort to carry out a second Holocaust.
Three times, Israel has defeated them.
When the United States defeated
Mexico in the Mexican War, we
annexed the Southwest. When France
defeated Germany in World War I
(more or less), it annexed Alsace and
Lorraine. After World War II, how did
the Dutch obtain compensation from
Germany? They annexed certain lands
that were later sold back to West
Germany for a large sum. Many such
examples could be offered.
If Israel had annexed Judea and
Samaria decades ago, most of the
subsequent tortured history of its
relations with the Palestinians would
have been avoided. Most observers
have assumed it is too late for such
a “radical” step. But the Palestinian
Authority’s threat to declare its own
nationhood unilaterally, along with
its rapprochement with Hamas, has
caused the possibility of annexation
to surface once again.
The Jerusalem Post reports:
“A Palestinian declaration of statehood
would officially bury the Oslo Accords,
which state that final borders will be
decided via negotiations and that
unilateral actions constitute violation
of the accords,” [Likud MK Danny]
Danon said. “The Palestinians declaring
a state would free us of all the
diplomatic, security, and economic
commitments we made in the Oslo
Some will say that such annexation
would violate international law.

But,when has international law ever protected
Israel from its enemies? Never.
Did Arab states attacking Israel three
times violate international law?
Certainly. Do the Palestinians launching
rockets into Israel from Gaza violate
international law? Of course. Do Iran
and other countries who ship munitions
into Gaza and the West Bank for
use in terrorist attacks against Israel
violate international law? Sure. Has the
world ever cared about these violations
by Middle Eastern Muslims? Not much
—with the honorable exception of
What of the Arabs now living on the
West Bank? I propose that Arabs now
living in Judea and Samaria should be
allowed, or required, to return to Jordan,
Gaza, Egypt, and Lebanon.
Israel should have reclaimed Judea and
Samaria long ago. Most think it is now
too late for such decisive action; but
some will say, better late than never.
This is a radical but well-reasoned
idea. —Myles


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September 30, 2011 at 3:44 pm

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