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Jimmy Carter: Palestinian State “Unviable”

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According to YNet, former US President Jimmy Carter, in a visit to Jerusalem on Monday said that the prospects for peace are “vanishing” and that a Palestinian state has become “unviable”.

Carter was upset that east Jerusalem has become more isolated from the “West Bank”.

Carter blamed Netanyahu for not doing enough, and of course his favorite target, the Settlements.

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12 Responses to “Jimmy Carter: Palestinian State “Unviable””

  1. Arie Rosenrauch says:

    jimbo's favorite target is not the settlements, it's Jews.

  2. the settlements are a problem.

  3. Arie Rosenrauch says:

    Does anyone really take the neo-nazi seriously anymore? He goes on his WELL PAID global treks demonizing Jews across the four corners of the globe, promoting hamas, hezbollah, al qaeda, the MB, and obama, takes advantage of the 6 year old girls donated to him at every tent stop, and awaits his "martyrdom" so that he can join his fellow martyrs and the virgins that have been saved for him (species optional).

  4. Avraham Bank says:

    Jews are the problem

  5. A featured speaker at the DNC. That would be enough for me to not vote D. Add that to the booing of adding Jerusalem to the platform? Seems like you would have to love Obama more than you love Israel.

  6. Right the problem is settlements. No way there were any problems before settlements became an issue. If not for settlements there would be peace, because from 1867 to when settlements appeared, there was peace. /obvious sarcasm

  7. Bruce Dunn says:

    He's right there is a viable Palestinian state its called Jordan.

  8. Heshy R says:

    עד מתי רשעים יעלוזו?

  9. Arie Rosenrauch says:

    The only problem the settlements caused is that Israel has not officially annexed them. There should be an immediate trade: the settlements for the Arab Triangle dunam for dunam. The Arabs of the Galilee keep screaming for pali rule – give it to them. And they don't have to move. (This is where Anna and the palis start screaming 'racist')

  10. Arie Rosenrauch says:

    I see his lips moving but all I hear is adolf hitler going 'seig heil'.

  11. Erik Corr says:

    Very likely as Kissinger has said the State of Israel will not exist in 10 or 20 years – demographics is a huge part of this as is the evils of global Antisemitism. China cannot exist without Chinese and Russia cannot exist without Russians etc…

  12. Myriam Obadia says:

    Can someone, Please, remind this senile twit that the Palestinians have a very viable kingdom since 1946, right across the Jordan and that Israel isn't responsible for the refusal of the British appointed king to grant them basic civil rights in their own land?

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