The Israeli prime minister met with Britain's
to discuss sanctions against Iran:
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his British counterpart Theresa May discussed Iran, the Palestinians and closer bilateral cooperation in the post-Brexit era during their first meeting in London on Monday.
Shortly after welcoming Netanyahu to No. 10 Downing, May stressed that “we remain committed to a two-state solution as the best way to build stability and peace in the future.”
Netanyahu assured her that “we share with you the desire for peace,” though he did not mention two states.
“This is our dream from day one, we will never give up on our quest for peace with all of our neighbors,” he said. “I think there are challenges there, but there are some new and interesting opportunities because of the regional and global changes.”
Following their meeting, Netanyahu told reporters that he clarified to May that a two-state solution will necessitate Palestinian recognition of Israel as the nation's state of the Jewish people.
“Even with that recognition,” he said, “there is no way in the foreseeable future that Israel will not be the only force with security control west of of the Jordan River.“
And there's no way the PLO and Islamofascists will ever be willing to drop the evil components of their ideology/religion. And no telling if Britain's ever willing to let go of their own obsessions with "two-state solutions." So long as they keep that up, they'll only be part of the problem, which they shouldn't be doing at a time we'd like to appreciate their support for Brexit. The prime minister also made clear
there's going to be a vote on a regulation bill to retroactively legalize some Jewish houses out in Judea/Samaria:
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu declared this afternoon (Monday) that the Regulation Law will be brought to vote in second and third readings in the Knesset - with his full support.
"I never said I was interested in postponing the vote. I said that I shall conduct myself according to the national interest as I understand it - and the national interest requires us not to surprise friends."
He said that he notified President Trump through his administration that he intends to submit the bill, adding that such protocol "is important among friends". He did not respond when asked what reply was received from the Americans after the update.
I hope they remained understanding and respectable about it.
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