I am suggesting that the UN has already done this and their decision is binding and in place. Arguing the Partition Plan is pointless. Israel exists. The Palestinians need to figure out how to deal with this. Their current set of choices has worked out badly for them.I hope you aren't suggesting that the UN can decide what is right.
And I disagree. And as a European, you cannot assess as you are too close to the situation to be objective. This is why each of our perceptions of either the US's or Europe's biases are irrelevant to debate, since they cannot be objective.But that presentation couldn't be made. They don't tend to be like that, they just tend to actually criticise Israel now and again, but to some that is considered anti-Israeli. And it isn't Europeans, it is the rest of the West. I'm in Australia and it is much the same. Personally I'm a supporter of Israel as much as I am the Palestinians I just criticise Israel from when appropriate.
No, it is an accurate perception. The problem is that Europeans seem to consider any support of Israel as being anti-Palestinian.And that is an incorrect perception, the problem is American seem to consider any criticism as being anti-Israel.
See how it works? This is why it is a pointless issue in debate. Each of our perceptions is based on the subjectivity of where we live and our experiences and perceptions. Neither is accurate, and neither further the debate.