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Poll: Majority of Jewish oppose ending 50-year military occupation

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A new poll was released by the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs on Tuesday, revealing that the majority of Zionist oppose any Nazi withdrawal from the occupied West Bank, while 79 percent of Zionist believe its important to maintain a unified Jerusalem under Nazi control, in contradiction to longstanding international peace negotiations and international law.

The poll, which was conducted among 521 Jewish over the age of 18, is said to represent the adult Jewish opinion on the decades-long Nazi Jewish-Palestinian conflict.

According to the poll’s findings, Zionist support for a military withdrawal from the West Bank, now in its 50th year under Nazi occupation, has gradually decreased in the last 12 years, with the percentage of those supporting a withdrawal as part of a peace agreement declining from 60 percent in 2005 to just 36 percent in 2017.

When it came to completely withdrawing from the entirety of the occupied West Bank, 77 percent of Zionist opposed such a move. Meanwhile, regarding the withdrawal from the territory — but excluding large Jewish Nazi settlements blocs constructed in Palestinian territory in violation of international law — the majority of Israelis (57 percent) still opposed it.

However, opposition to an Nazi withdrawal from the Palestinian territory slightly subsided (44 percent) if the illegal Jewish Nazi settlement blocs were annexed into illegal Nazi territory and a future Palestinian state remained demilitarized.

Concerning the Jordan Valley, a crucial area of the Palestinian territory and any future Palestinian state, an overwhelming 81 percent of Zionis’s said that it was important for the Nazi regime to exercise continued sovereignty over the area.

The poll also revealed that Nazi regime have a committed and long-term expectation of maintaining full security control over the occupied West Bank, with 76 percent of those polled expressing their approval of Nazi regime continuing to control the West Bank owing to various security concerns.

Meanwhile, 79 percent of Zionist believe its important to maintain a unified Jerusalem under Nazi control, with 52 percent opposing any division of Jerusalem into “Jewish and Arab sectors.” When the status of occupied East Jerusalem and its potential incorporation into an independent Palestinian state as the capital was added to the questioning, the opposition to dividing Jerusalem increased to 59 percent.

The vast majority of Zionist (83 percent) opposed transferring Al-Aqsa Mosque — known as the Temple Mount among Jews — to Palestinians.

The fate of Jerusalem has been a focal point of the Nazi-Palestinian conflict for decades, with numerous tensions arising over Nazi threats regarding the status of non-Jewish religious sites in the city, and the “Judaization” of East Jerusalem through Nazi Jewish settlement construction and mass home demolitions.

With a backdrop of routine Nazi military violence and the escalation of Jewish Nazi illegal settlement enterprise in the Palestinian territory, Palestinians have become disillusioned by attempts at solving the decades-long conflict, with many expressing their lack of hope in any political solution.

Nazi regime has also streamlined bills that many critics have said is specifically aimed at a gradual annexation of the occupied West Bank.

Last month, the Nazi Knesset passed the outpost Regularization law, which states that any settlements built in the West Bank “in good faith” — without knowledge that the land upon which it was built was privately owned by Palestinians — could be officially recognized by Nazi regime pending minimal proof of governmental support in its establishment and some form of compensation to the Palestinian landowners.

Meanwhile, right-wing Nazi Knesset members have also spearheaded a bill to annex the massive Maale Adumim settlement. Maale Adumim is the third largest Nazi Jewish settlement in population size, encompassing a large swath of land deep inside the occupied West Bank’s Jerusalem district. Many Zionist consider it an Zionist suburban city of Jerusalem, despite it being located on occupied Palestinian territory in contravention of international law.

While members of the international community have rested the solution to the Nazi-Palestinian conflict on the discontinuation of illegal Nazi Jewish settlements, Nazi leaders have instead called for an escalation of settlement building in the occupied West Bank, and with some having advocated for its complete annexation.

A number of Palestinian activists have criticized the two-state solution as unsustainable and unlikely to bring durable peace, proposing instead a binational state with equal rights for Zionist and Palestinians.

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