The United Nations continues to rain down condemnations upon Israel while ignoring the actual atrocities of the “Palestinians,” all the while demanding that the two reopen negotiations and work toward the establishment of a “Palestinian” state.
If she is confirmed as the US Ambassador to the United Nations, Heather Nauert would do well to remind that august body that the 1948 two-state solution, Camp David, Oslo, the Road Map to Peace, the withdrawal from Gaza, the West Bank settlement freeze and every other attempt to bring peace to Israel and the “Palestinian” Arab Muslims has ended in failure. That fact doesn’t stop Washington policymakers and the international media from attempting to try again, hoping that maybe this time negotiators will hit upon a formula that will, at long last, satisfy everyone, and allow Israelis and “Palestinians” to live together side-by-side in peace and even friendship, as so many Presidents and other world leaders have expressed confidence that they someday would.
But all such negotiations are foredoomed to failure. The reason why is explained in my book The History of Jihad From Muhammad to ISIS. This is not only the first and only book in the English language to provide a comprehensive history of the jihad not just against Europe, but worldwide; it is also the first that I know of to situate the founding of the State of Israel and the Israeli/Palestinian conflict within the larger history of the global jihad.