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World-wide Zionist Jewish social network, Google has angered the Zionist regime by showing Palestinian Territories (Gaza, West Bank and East Jerusalem), as PALESTINE. These areas were occupied by Jewish army in 1967. The change was introduced on May 1, indicating that the network recognizes an independent State of Palestine next to the Zionist entity.

Zionist deputy foreign minister Zeev Elkan has blasted Google management for putting State of Palestine on the map which shows that later believe in the so-called ‘Two-state solution‘, which never made a sense to a political aware person. One Netanyahu government high-ranking official Yigal Palmor has accused Google’s “Palestine Page” as harmful to US secretary of state John Kerry and Arab league’s efforts to restart the stalled Israel-Abbas peace negotiation.

Zeev Elkan, in the past, had urged the Zionist regime to annex unilaterally the entire West Bank following David Ben Gurion action in May 1948. “This our land, and it’s our right to apply soveriegnty over it,” Elkan told a July 2012 conference, advocating the end of a two-state solution, held in Hebron.

“We are changing the name Palestine Territories to PALESTINE across our product,” Google’s Jewish spokesperson Nathan Tyler in California told BBC on May 3, 2013. He claimed that the network took the decision after holding consultations with the United Nations, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers, International Organization for Standardization and other international organizations.

“This is a step in the right direction, a timely step and one that encourages others to join in and give the right definition and name for Palestine instead of Palestinian territories,” Palestinian presidential adviser Sabri Saidam told the BBC.

Palestine is the only country ‘wiped out off map’ in modern history by Europe’s unwated Jews in May 1948.

Bradley Burston writing in Israeli daily Ha’aretz on May 7 said: “I would like to thank Google for putting Palestine on the map. It’s about time that someone did. Come to think of it, thanks to Google, someone else has as well; Israel’s curious, corrosive excuse for an acting foreign minister“.

The notorious Belfour Declaration (1917) proposed two states side-by-side in historic Palestine. However, the World Zionist Organization, never accepted the proposal. Its vision had always been an all Jewish Eretz (Greater) Israel, covering the entire Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon and part of Syria, Iraq and Egypt. In 2002, former US president Dubya Bush renewed the old two-state solution for occupied Palestine – not in sympathy for the suffering Palestine, but to provide Israel the necessary time-frame to annex more Arab lands. Recently, after visiting Israel and some other Arab capitals, John Kerry warned Tel aviv that “if there’s no two-state solution within two years, it’s over“.

On April 28, 2010, the Copenhagen Post reported that the Danish modern art duo Surrend, known for its political-satire-exhibits – has lined-up Berlin streets with poster titled ‘Final Solution’ – showing map of Middle East without Israel. Instead the Occupied Palestine under the Zionist-regime renamed as Ramallah. The poster was drawn by Jan Egesborg, who is Jewish, and his wife Pia Bertelsen.

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