article about the Israel-Palestine conflict.
But I’m going to.
I’ve written about it for years, and I never once expected to be the one to write about it, but it’s been happening.
Israel has lost, and lost badly.
This week the Israeli Supreme Court ruled that a lawsuit brought by Palestinians seeking compensation for the cost of their own homes was frivolous.
This ruling was not based on the merits of the case, and it has no bearing on the future of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
It is, however, a blow to a fragile, fragile peace between Israelis and Palestinians.
In a few weeks, the U.S. will hold a presidential election, and both Israel and the Palestinians will be in the middle of their most contentious political fight since the Oslo Accords.
This election will determine whether or not President Barack Obama is a true ally of the Palestinians, or whether he is merely the puppet of Israel.
The United States has a long history of support for the Palestinians.
Since the 1970s, it has paid tens of billions of dollars to subsidize and help rebuild Palestinian communities in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza, and to provide free medical care to Palestinian refugees.
In the years following the Six-Day War in 1973, the United States had been the first Western nation to recognize the Palestinians as a nation and as a people.
In 1996, the administration of President Bill Clinton pledged $4.4 billion to assist the Palestinians in their struggle for statehood.
In 2008, the Obama administration signed the Israel Anti-Boycott Act, which prohibited the importation of goods from Israel to the United State, and in 2011, the Trump administration imposed sanctions on seven companies and individuals, including three of the top five Israeli defense contractors, for their support of Palestinian terror and incitement.
But for years the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Canada and Spain, among others, have done little more than offer lip service to the cause of the Palestinian people.
Since Donald Trump became president, however — following a campaign in which he accused the United Nations of being a “Muslim-run” body, a claim widely discredited — the United Sates has been a full partner in the Palestinian Authority’s murderous, colonial-style siege on Gaza.
The Obama administration has also allowed the Israeli government to continue with its illegal settlement enterprise in the occupied West Bank, even after the U,S.
signed the Jerusalem Embassy Act in 2016.
The Trump administration has made clear its intent to move the U of T into Israel, as well as the U’s role in the Israeli invasion of Lebanon, which killed an estimated 40,000 people in the summer of 2017.
And this week, the Israeli Defense Forces launched an unprecedented offensive in the Gaza Strip that has killed hundreds of civilians and wounded more than 2,500.
And despite the US. government’s silence, Israel has continued to conduct drone strikes in Gaza, killing scores of civilians, according to human rights groups.
And even as the United Nation’s human rights chief condemned the Israeli offensive as a “flagrant violation of international law,” the Israeli military continues to carry out the sort of attacks that have so enraged the Palestinian leadership that it is threatening to call for a boycott of the United states.
The Israeli government has not just been targeting civilians, it’s targeted entire communities, including schools, mosques, hospitals, and even a Palestinian doctor.
This is the kind of terrorism that the Palestinians have been trying to stop for years.
For years, the Palestinians demanded that the international community address the situation.
The Oslo Accord was supposed to establish a Palestinian state in the West, but Israel and its supporters in Washington have used the Accords as a Trojan horse to further Israel’s control of the region.
In 1998, Israel declared Gaza to be a “closed military zone,” and in 1999, it annexed the entire West Bank of the West Jordan River, cutting off access to all of the East Jerusalem and the Gaza regions.
The Israelis continued to build illegal settlements in the territories.
In 2005, Israel launched Operation Cast Lead, a war against Gaza that killed over 1,000 Palestinians and wounded hundreds of thousands more.
Israel used the campaign as a pretext to annex the West Jerusalem territories, which are under international law but not recognized by the international system.
This campaign was a major factor in Netanyahu’s victory in last year’s election.
The Palestinian Authority, which Israel controls, has made repeated demands for the West of Palestine to be recognized as a state.
The Palestinians have repeatedly rejected the PA’s demands, saying that Israel’s actions violate international law and the United Nations Basic Principles for the Peaceful Reunification of Palestine.
In 2016, the PA rejected the UPA’s offer of a two-state solution to the conflict, saying it would not be recognized unless Israel abandons its annexation of the territories and renounces its right to exist as a Jewish state.
Israel’s occupation has created an entire Palestinian community, one that Israel has tried to separate from the rest of the