Is it right to question Israel's right to Exist

For over two thousand years the Jewish community have suffered because of their race and identity and now they have a country, recognised by the UN and the international community. Furthermore there has never existed a country called Palestine, there is no Roman record of a country called Palestine,although the Emperor Hadrian after the second Jewish revolt insulted the Jewish people by calling the area Palestine after the Philistines. The Byzantiums never heard of the Palestines nor the ottoman Turks

In fact the Palestinians only appear after 1967 and are a made up people and a complete myth,

If the Palestinians are indeed a myth, then the real question becomes "Why?" Why invent a fictitious people? The answer is that the myth of the Palestinian People serves as the justification for Arab occupation of the Land of Israel. While the Arabs already possess 21 sovereign countries of their own (more than any other single people on earth) and control a land mass 800 times the size of the Land of Israel, this is apparently not enough for them. They therefore feel the need to rob the Jews of their one and only country, one of the smallest on the planet. Unfortunately, many people ignorant of the history of the region, including much of the world media, are only too willing to help.

On second thought, it may be unfair to compare Palestine to Disneyland. After all, Disneyland really exists.

Please read this-http://www.jewishpress.com/news/church-of-scotland-questions-right-of-israel-to-exist/2013/05/03/

To answer Ms. Kathryn Irby, MS. Even if the Palestinians got a state the threat against Israel would still exist. Because the Palestinians are waging a religious  war against the Jews therefore giving up land is a waste of time. That is why they won't recognise Israel,

note-http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7ByJb7QQ9U&feature=player_embedded#!




















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