Biden is having one of the worst first year in US modern day history.
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@joebones5000: I suggest you just put a hazmat suit on.
@LJS9502_basic: Are you on the spectrum?
@sakaixx: I am trying to game, and your ignorance is really annoying.
If you read the full document it instead f your one specific page. It clearly shows the Jews were willing to accept the 20-80 split. The only part of the peel commission Jews rejected and they didn’t even reject it, they decided to negotiate was a 5-95 split. Arabs rejected everything. So again, the Jews if you read the document accepted the 20% (land belonging to Jews) and 80% (land belonging to Arabs) split.
It’s all in the document.
the Peel Commission concluded, would be to create two independent states – one for the Jews, and one for the Arabs. A two-state solution. The suggested split was heavily in favor of the Arabs. The British offered them 80 percent of the disputed territory; the Jews, the remaining 20 percent. Yet, despite the tiny size of their proposed state, the Jews voted to accept this offer. But the Arabs rejected it and resumed their violent rebellion. Rejection number one.
Ten years later, in 1947, the British asked the United Nations to find a new solution to the continuing tensions. Like the Peel Commission, the UN decided that the best way to resolve the conflict was to divide the land.
On November 7, 1947, the UN voted to create two states. Again, the Jews accepted the offer. And again, the Arabs rejected it, only this time, they did so by launching an all-out war. Rejection number two.
Jordan, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon and Syria joined the conflict. But they failed. Israel won the war, and got on with the business of building a new nation. Most of the land set aside by the UN for an Arab state – the West Bank and east Jerusalem – became occupied territory; occupied not by Israel, but by Jordan.
Twenty years later, in 1967, the Arabs, led this time by Egypt and joined by Syria and Jordan, once again sought to destroy the Jewish State.
The 1967 conflict, known as the Six Day War, ended in a stunning victory for Israel. Jerusalem and the West Bank, as well as the area known as the Gaza Strip, fell into Israel’s hands. The government split over what to do with this new territory. Half wanted to return the West Bank to Jordan and Gaza to Egypt in exchange for peace. The other half wanted to give it to the region’s Arabs, who had begun referring to themselves as the Palestinians, in the hope that they would ultimately build their own state there.
Neither initiative got very far. A few months later, the Arab League met in Sudan and issued its infamous “Three No’s:” No peace with Israel. No recognition of Israel. No negotiations with Israel. Again, a two-state solution was dismissed by the Arabs, making this rejection number three.
They turned down 2 opportunities to have there own independent state since 2000.
This is all religion BS, it’s not about Palestine it’s about Islam. They want Jews out.
@sakaixx: Wiki page LOL.
I’ll stick with the actual official document record. Feel free to read it. I sent you a link.
Full document of the PEEL commission.
The Jews accepted, arabs rejected. They would’ve had 80% of the land and the Jews would only have 20%.
The Arabs have rejected independent statehood five times, twice this century.
So I’m not sure where you get your information from. But they had their chance and they blew it.
@sakaixx: lies. We already discussed it.
@joebones5000: Sure...... lol
@LJS9502_basic: It doesn’t, it’s science fiction which is what I was addressing.
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