Israel and Palestine: One Country

Many people seem to be under the impression that Israel and Palestine are in different countries. Yet, the fact is that they are not. The countries are actually one country.

Israel and Palestine

Iran has a larger military than either Syria or Israel. Iran has had a relationship with the United States for quite some time.

We can see this from the nuclear deal, which Iran has made with the United States and the agreement on sanctions. The deal does not lift sanctions immediately but it does put pressure on Iran to come back to the negotiating table.

Iran is a challenge to Israel because of its connections to terrorism. The nation is not a nation like Iran in the sense that it does not have any territorial integrity. No one knows if they are going to accept the deal or not.

Iran may move forward in terms of acquiring nuclear weapons. This would further jeopardize peace treaties.

The situation with Iran is a concern to Israel and Palestine. We need to deal with this issue before it gets out of hand. We need to make sure that Iran realizes that the only nation that can stop them from acquiring nuclear weapons is the United States.

There is no reason to be concerned that Iran will act against peace and stability in the region if we do not act against terrorism. With respect to terrorist activity, we have no choice but to engage these types of people. We cannot let their terrorist activities pass unnoticed.

In dealing with Iran’s relationship with Hezbollah, we must remember that the United States is involved in the region and that Hezbollah is considered a terrorist organization. All nations must work together in order to keep everyone safe. This is the only way to keep the peace.

The nation of Iran is much more dangerous than any other nation in the Middle East. The Iranian regime will get nuclear weapons.

No one can know how these weapons will be used

When we address issues concerning terrorism, we must consider Iran. We need to make sure that there is no attack on Israel.

If we do not take this seriously and try to solve these issues, our relationship with the State Department will be at risk. It is imperative that we deal with this issue now. This cannot wait for another year or two.

If we want to have an ally in the region, we have to be serious about these issues. The United States will not succeed in our efforts if we do not take a look at these issues. We cannot wait until another country deals with these issues.