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Florida Governor Ron DeSantis blames one side in Israeli-Palestinian conflict

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As Governor DeSantis should. It is the Palestinian leadership who have prolonged the conflict with Israel, due to  their terrorism, incitement, and Jew-hatred. DeSantis is rightfully providing Israel with unconditional and total support over the Palestinians.

Furthermore, why would any rational American take sides with the neo-Nazi and anti-America Palestinians, over the democratic and pro-America Israel? This is not rocket science.

It is only the anti-Semitic Left (the Democrats) who would  align with the murderous Palestinian Authority. #JEXIT!

Ron DeSantis blames one side in Israeli-Palestinian conflict

By Tampa Bay Times, Jeffrey Schweers, May 27, 2019:

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TEL AVIV – International politics took center stage Monday for Florida’s academic and business delegation as Gov. Ron DeSantis and an entourage of nearly 100 people traveled from Tel Aviv to the West Bank and back to sign partnerships and receive accolades for the governor’s staunch support of Israel.

With the Mediterranean Sea as a backdrop, DeSantis started the day with a press briefing at the Hilton Tel Aviv. He mentioned an earlier gathering with top Israeli officials before looking ahead to a Thursday meeting with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

He praised Netanyahu for exuding strong leadership and said the U.S. should support Israel as it works to form a coalition government. He said he will probably be the first foreign official to meet with Netanyahu after Wednesday’s midnight deadline to form a coalition government.

“He’s been a guy who when he came to address the Congress in 2015 really knocked it out of the park,” DeSantis said.

Netanyahu is facing difficulties trying to create a coalition government and has threatened to call for a new election if the current deadlock can’t be broken, according to Israeli news reports.

DeSantis also weighed in on U.S. policy and ongoing tensions in the Middle East.

“If you look at this whole conflict, to me, the biggest problem has been that Palestinian Arabs have not recognized Israel’s right to exist as a Jewish state,” he said. “That kind of denialism poisons really everything.”

 

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