Maybe we should MOVE Israel to the US? That would be the best possible solution. Israel could be the 51:st state. Where? It is up to you US citizens to decide. A dry and sunny place like Israel, maybe Arizona, Nevada etc...?
Then the palestinians could move back to the land that they had to leave in 1947 and up to now.
A lot of people here on this forum talks abour arab/palestinian terrorism.
Do you remember what jewish terrorists did during this period?
WAS A LOT OF
ARAB BUSES! (and many more things...)
August 20, 1937 - June 29, 1939. During this period, the Zionists carried out a series of attacks against Arab buses, resulting in the death of 24 persons and wounding 25 others.
July 22, 1946. Zionist terrorists blew up the King David Hotel in Jerusalem, which housed the central offices of the civilian administration of the government of Palestine, killing or injuring more than 200 persons. The Irgun officially claimed responsibility for the incident, but subsequent evidence indicated that both the Haganah and the Jewish Agency were involved.
December 11, 1947. Six Arabs were killed and 30 wounded when bombs were thrown from Jewish trucks at Arab buses in Haifa; 12 Arabs were killed and others injured in an attack by armed Zionists on an Arab coastal village near Haifa.
December 30,1947. A mixed force of the Zionist Palmach and the "Carmel Brigade" attacked the village of Balad al Sheikh, killing more than 60 Arabs.
December 13, 1947 -- February 10, 1948. Seven incidents of bomb-tossing at innocent Arab civilians in cafes and markets, killing 138 and wounding 271 others, During this period, there were 9 attacks on Arab buses. Zionists mined passenger trains on at least 4 occasions, killing 93 persons and wounding 161 others.
Count Folke Bernadotte af Wisborg (1895–1948) was a grandson of Oscar II
, king of Sweden and Norway. In 1943, Folke Bernadotte became vice chairman and, in practice, head of the Swedish Red Cross. In this capacity, during the final months of World War II
in 1945, he led a Swedish relief expedition to Germany with the famous “white buses.” Bernadotte’s expedition succeeded in saving about 30,000 concentration camp prisoners and bringing them to freedom in Sweden. At the very end of the war, he also passed Himmler’s surrender offer to the Western powers. On May 20, 1948, Folke Bernadotte was appointed the United Nations mediator in Palestine. This made him the first official mediator in the history of the world organization. In this capacity, he succeeded in achieving a truce in the first Palestine war and laid the groundwork for the UN relief organization for Palestinian refugees. His two plans for a political solution to the Palestine question were rejected by both sides in the conflict, however. On September 17, 1948, a few days before his second plan was to be presented to the UN, Bernadotte was assassinated in Jerusalem by Jewish extremists.