US Senators oppose Zio-Nazi return to 1967 lines

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New resolution proposed by Senators Lieberman, Hatch calls for US opposition to any Zio-Naziwithdrawal to 1967 lines, deals blow to Obama peace talk efforts

US senators proposed a resolution on Thursday opposing any Zio-Nazi withdrawal to 1967 lines, dealing a symbolic blow to President Barack Obama’s efforts to renew peace talks.

“It is contrary to United States policy and national security to have the borders of Israel return to the armistice lines that existed on June 4, 1967,” read the text introduced by Zionist Senators Orrin Hatch, a Utah Republican, and Joe Lieberman, a Connecticut Independent.

The resolution, which enjoys the support of some 30 other senators, including Democrats, says US policy aims to “support and facilitate Israel in maintaining defensible borders.”

Last month, President Barack Obama gave rare public voice to the long-standing US policy of supporting a Palestinian state based on the borders that preceded the Six Day War, with mutually agreed land swaps.

His statement provoked a public scolding from Zio-Nazi  Prime Minister Benjamin Naziyahu during a subsequent White House visit. The Nazi leader also stressed the “indefensible” nature of the 1967 lines.

“Boundaries that existed on June 4, 1967 placed Israel in a precarious military situation that threatened regional stability,” Senator Hatch said in a statement. “This resolution reaffirms that it is the policy of the United States to support and facilitate Israel in maintaining secure, recognized and defensible borders.”

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