This is a good video detailing the San Remo Mandate, which most people have never heard of — but it answers a fundamental issue that still plagues the Israeli-Palestinian peace talks today. And answers the question, "Does Israel have a right to the land?"
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Friday he was prepared to make compromises to achieve peace but he rejected President Barack Obama's proposal that Israel return to 1967 borders.
One key development that has not been reported is the fact that the Palestinians demand a “territorial link” connecting the West Bank and Gaza. How does this development fit into Biblical prophecy?
Is peace possible without security? Netanyahu said last week, "security is the foundation of peace. Without it, peace will unravel. With it, peace can be stable and enduring."
As I reviewed the positions on both sides of the conflict, one cannot even begin to fathom how Netanyahu and Abbas will ever come to a peace agreement.
Today, I want to cover one major point of contention in the negotiations: the legitimacy of a homeland for the Jews.