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Warren: ‘Everything is on the Table’ If Israel Moves in ‘Opposite Direction’ on Two-State Solution

Warren: ‘Everything is on the Table’ If Israel Moves in ‘Opposite Direction’ on Two-State Solution

Warren continues to harden her views against Israel as the primaries continue.

https://youtu.be/eGiclrXpuZQ

2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Elizabeth Warren threatened to cut off Israel if the country moves “in the opposite direction” of a two-state solution. From The Hill:

“Right now, Netanyahu says he is going to take Israel in a direction of increasing settlements, [but] that does not move us in the direction of a two-state solution,” Warren responded when asked what her stance was on aid and settlement-building.

“It is the official policy of the United States of America to support a two-state solution, and if Israel is moving in the opposite direction, then everything is on the table,” she said, before repeating: “Everything is on the table.”

Warren used to defend Israel. It seems like Warren has hardened her tone against Israel since she declared her candidacy for president.

For instance, Warren claims she does not support the BDS movement. However, she will not make any moves to criminalize the boycott.

Back in February, a person asked Warren for her thoughts “of Israel’s West Bank settlements and ‘basically an apartheid situation in Palestine now.'” She did not endorse the apartheid description, but she did not shy away from it either.

Warren, along with four other Democratic senators, “introduced a resolution decrying any Israeli plan to annex West Bank territory” after Netanyahu wanted to extend “Israeli law to all settlements.” They insisted the move would harm a two-state solution.

In June, Warren made it known she supports ending Israel’s “occupation.” From The Jerusalem Post:

Becca Lubow, a student and a member of the IfNotNow Jewish anti-occupation movement, and a companion approached the Massachusetts Democrat on Monday at an event in Peterborough, New Hampshire, the first primary state.

“Hi, we are American Jews and we really love the way that you are fighting corruption and we would really love it if you also push the Israeli government to end the occupation,” Lubow said. The encounter was captured in a video that IfNotNow soon posted on social media.

“Yes, yes,” Warren said.

“Excellent,” Lubow said.

“So, I’m there,” Warren said.

IfNotNow is a Jewish group that has wants to end Israel’s “occupation” in certain areas. As their voices have grown louder, their connections to anti-Semitic groups have come to the open. From JNS:

While these moves may seem outside of the mainstream consensus on Israel, more troubling evidence has emerged on the group’s ties with the virulently anti-Semitic organization American Muslims for Palestine (AMP).

The Investigative organization Canary Mission recently launched a campaign and report revealing a strategic partnership between IfNotNow and AMP, a group that has incited and celebrated violence against Israelis, denied Jewish peoplehood and mocked the Holocaust on social media.

“The Jewish community should find the AMP and IfNotNow partnership particularly worrying,” according to Canary Mission. “IfNotNow is not a youthful Jewish organization, but in fact, it’s “a well-trained, radical fringe group that has no qualms about partnering with anti-Semites.”

I bring this up because Warren hired a staffer who once worked for IfNotNow. He came under fire after someone found a tweet where he wrote he “would totally be friends with Hamas.”

Pro-Israel groups lashed out at Warren for hiring the man:

That staffer, Max Berger, “has spread hatred of Israel, protested against the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC), demonized pro-Israel American Jews, and promoted INN-organized ‘Liberation Seders,'” according to the watchdog website Canary Mission, which documents the activities of anti-Israel activists across the country. “He has also defended anti-Israel agitators and supported the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions (BDS) movement.”

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Would American Jewish support for Warren by on the table?

    The Friendly Grizzly in reply to dystopia. | October 21, 2019 at 9:42 am

    Nope. Except for Orthodox and a few others, Democrats have the Jewish vote locked up even more than they have the black vote.

      I fear you are correct. While I keep hearing about “Jexit” and “Blexit” and #WalkAway, I will remain skeptical and continue to think that this will not significantly impact the Democrat Party. As history has shown, Communism is quite the mind-control cult which believers having a difficult time renouncing.

      The Orthodox community is getting larger every year. This is a case of demographics is destiny.

      There are a lot of articles indicating that suburban business Democrats are hostile to Warren. This is where a lot of non-religious, but culturally Jewish voters reside.

      The question for Warren and the DNC isn’t limited to the vote count but also the dollar donations. If the reports are accurate Warren will have to go elsewhere for funds.

        I should point out that in the UK, Jewish politicians and voters have similar political attitudes as they do in the US, and yet almost all of them have now walked out of the Labour Party due to Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership. Probably making “Death to the Jews” a part of the Labour Party campaign platform didn’t help much.

        And Lizzie Warren and her ilk are only a step or two behind Jeremy Corbyn.

    gonzotx in reply to dystopia. | October 21, 2019 at 9:52 am

    No

    Valerie in reply to dystopia. | October 21, 2019 at 11:48 am

    No. The DNC had American rabbis on email-blast in 2008. I doubt that much has changed.

      Milhouse in reply to Valerie. | October 23, 2019 at 11:02 am

      Those were all “progressive” so-called “rabbis” who have replaced Judaism with a foreign dogma they call “tikkun olam“.

    mrzee in reply to dystopia. | October 21, 2019 at 12:03 pm

    They Dems don’t even care about the Jewish vote. It’s the Jewish donors and fundraisers they care about.

    HImmanuelson in reply to dystopia. | October 23, 2019 at 7:06 pm

    Not the majority of the Jewish vote, no. It’s possible that Warren would only get 60% of the Jewish vote instead of 80%.

I guess Fauxcahontas wants to declare war?

Ah, yes, what a surprise — vile, ethnic poseur and self-serving fabulist, Warren, gleefully adopts the Dhimmi-crats’ postures of Jew-hatred and Israel-vilification.

Because, the failure to achieve peace between Israel and the Arabs is obviously the fault of those pesky Jews, for having the gumption and the temerity to resist the infantile, goose-stepping Arab jackboots’ perpetual, 1,400-year jihad and genocidal aspirations against Jews and Christians.

Also, the Dhimmi-crats’ utterly insane, evil and slanderous adoption of lexicon of Muslim Jew-haters’ and their dhimmi allies, such as, “occupation,” represent the most vile and despicable propaganda.

Since when in modern history does a country return territory won by it in a defensive response to an act of aggression launched against it by a losing force? To give up such territory rewards belligerent actors who start wars.

The only “occupation” currently taking place in the Middle East is that visited upon the Arab, so-called “Palestinians,” by the corrupt, oppressive, self-enriching and misery-inducing leadership of terrorist groups Fatah and Hamas.

    txvet2 in reply to guyjones. | October 21, 2019 at 12:51 pm

    “”Since when in modern history does a country return territory won by it in a defensive response to an act of aggression launched against it by a losing force?””

    Uhhhh, I’ll take “The United States” for $500.

      artichoke in reply to txvet2. | October 21, 2019 at 7:28 pm

      If you’re referring what Trump did the past few weeks, it’s different. That wasn’t our territory and we were just in the middle of other people’s mess. Now we’ve left their mess to them.

        txvet2 in reply to artichoke. | October 21, 2019 at 8:37 pm

        Actually, I was referring to WWII.

        HImmanuelson in reply to artichoke. | October 22, 2019 at 2:07 am

        And now our strongly pro-US, pro-Western allies will get ethnically cleansed by the dictatorial Islamist strongman of Turkey. And that’s the best outcome possible; if we turn the other way, he’ll commit a full fledged genocide right under our noses.

        What would we have had to do to prevent this? Keep the 50 soldiers that we had in Northern Syria. Turkey wouldn’t have done a thing with our soldiers in place.

          Eskyman in reply to HImmanuelson. | October 22, 2019 at 9:01 pm

          The only “strongly pro-US, pro-Western allies” we have in that region are in Israel, and even they aren’t 100% our allies since they have their own interests which don’t always match ours; still, I support Israel almost all of the time. They are at least civilized, which is more than most of their neighbors are, and they contribute to Western culture which most of their neighbors don’t.

          If you are referring to the Kurds, you need to specify which Kurds; they are tribal, like most in the Middle East, and most are moslem, so their alliance with us is only for certain short-term objectives. Other Kurds have never been our allies, and aren’t now.

          I’m glad that our military forces are being removed from that viper’s nest, which has been in turmoil for aeons; whoever ends up on top, it won’t be us or our troops, and it’s *not our fight!*

          Col. Tom Kratman wrote about the Kurds, you may be interested to read what he had to say:

          https://www.investmentwatchblog.com/most-folks-who-have-never-been-to-iraq-think-of-the-kurds-as-some-noble-non-islamic-ally-well-theyre-a-bit-better-than-the-typical-islamic-but-not-a-hell-of-a-lot/

          HImmanuelson in reply to HImmanuelson. | October 23, 2019 at 7:41 pm

          Eskyman, yeah, I’ve read Michael Totten’s journals of his travels to Iraq in the middle of the war there. If you haven’t read his accounts, you might pick up one of his books as the stories are fascinating.

          Totten spends time in the Kurdish area in Iraq and the people are truly strongly pro-US and pro-West. They adored Americans.

          WRT to Israel, yeah, I completely agree. Our interests are not 100% aligned but they’re pretty closely aligned. They live in a very harsh part of the world and they sometimes do harsh things because that’s what it takes to survive there, and sometimes our presidents don’t understand.

US Jews will support anything anybody that goes against Joe Blow US – dem party, Chi Coms, blacks, Palestinians, Iran getting nukes, Obama, the squad, etc.

If US Jews ever took power the re-education camps for the stubborn joe jo would pop up over night and the gulag for the really reclaritant would appear only slightly later.

    guyjones in reply to bobinreverse. | October 21, 2019 at 11:27 am

    This is a manifestly idiotic, bigoted and ignorant comment.

    American Jews are not a monolithic voting bloc. Many opposed the Iran capitulation “deal” and were criticized by the Dhimmi-crats and the Mainstream Media, for their “disloyalty” towards the sainted Obama’s pet vanity project.

    The rest of your comment is totally biased rubbish and doesn’t deserve a rebuttal.

    beagleEar in reply to bobinreverse. | October 21, 2019 at 11:43 am

    Get out of your bubble and get to know some real people, Jews included. There are some Jewish Leftists, a loud, destructive group to be sure. They are a small minority among Jews and are most destructive towards whoever is nearest, as is the case for Leftists in general.
    Your Jewish dentist, accountant, and supermarket shelf-stocker ARE Joe Blows and are targets of said Leftists as much as anyone else.

    HImmanuelson in reply to bobinreverse. | October 22, 2019 at 2:10 am

    Does “BobinReverse” indicate that you live in the Bizzaro world where everything is reversed? Or are you just not terribly bright?

She’s going to need more feet if she keeps shooting herself there over and over. Anti-Israel might be what those “cool” lefty kids are pushing these days, but it’s not how you win a general election in this country. Trump will be mopping the floor with this harpy.

“Everything on table” is white man talk. Indian sit on ground cross legged style and say, “Everything on lap”. Of course modern Indians more sanitary and sit with napkin on lap. Not Liawatha. She sit on pile of Wampum and say anything to get votes. But all know she have forked tongue and cannot trust. Now she send smoke signal to blood brothers. Translation, “Me say anything to get elected.”

All this story tells me is that Elizabeth Warren has no idea of recent world history, and no grasp of game theory.

Israel and the US are not the problem, here. Both have been seeking peace for decades. However, Hamas is an organization whose founding principles include the proposition that eternal war must be waged until all of the Jews are extinct. They have agreed in writing that nobody — no leader or organization — has the legal authority to make any peace with Israel beyond a temporary cease-fire.

This weird and horrible nonsense used to be freely available on the Internet, until Hamas took it all down. They say they have a new Covenant, somewhere.

In order for peace to exist, Hamas has to either change radically or be thrown out by the local Muslims. Israel and the US can make no effective moves, absent the move by the Muslims.

Teh US left just can’t keep their noses out of Isreali politic. Obama wasted a lot of your tax money working ot see Bebe was out. HE interfering in Eastern European politicians and now hes pushing a LEft winger in Canda.

Israel is a country about the size of the State of New Jersey. It is the ONLY democratic nation in the Middle East. Its existence has been questioned, attacked, and politically ostracised since its birth in 1948. Throughout its history, there has never been a stronger ally than the United States.

When first presented with a ‘Two-State’ solution, Israel readily agreed. It was the Muslim countries surrounding it that rejected the solution. Why? Simply because the Muslims countries want the Jewish State pushed into the sea.

Sorry, that ain’t gonna happen. Eretz Israel will remain in place until the Mad Mullahs in Iran can come up with a workable nuclear weapon. Even then, given the Israeli intelligence agencies, the chances of success are slim.

Most Americans are behind the times when it comes to Israel. The 2-state solution has been an obsolete concept for a while now. It’s unfortunate, since the 2-state plan could potentially have brought peace.

But the 2-state plan is out of reach, and the foreseeable future has mostly combat and bloodshed between Israel and the Palestinians. The Palestinian leaders just want to fight, and the Palestinian masses, in a society without free speech or a free press, follow along.

    artichoke in reply to AreaMan. | October 21, 2019 at 7:33 pm

    And any Palestinian that murders a Jew gets a lifetime pension.

    HImmanuelson in reply to AreaMan. | October 23, 2019 at 7:46 pm

    The Palestinian leaders (the PA anyway) just wants things to remain as they are now because they’re (mostly) permanently in power and busy diverting aid and other money to their own bank accounts while blaming Israel for every negative thing that happens in their society. I believe Abbas is in the 13th or 14th year of his 2 year term?

    It’s good to be the head of the PA. I believe Arafat diverted something like $600 million to his personal accounts.

    It’s a similar story for Hamas in Gaza. They don’t have to spend a dime on the citizens of Gaza; they just blame Israel for everything.

notamemberofanyorganizedpolicital | October 21, 2019 at 5:43 pm

Tucker: 2020 Democrats turn on Warren

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-uMMoN2Q8js

Gee… This sounds remarkably like an actual “quid pro quo” situation. Do as I say or you won’t get foreign aid. Israel has repeatedly offered “Palestine” a two-state solution and has been rejected each and every time.

Unfortunately this is not some radical position but merely a return to the policy of GHWB and then Clinton.

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