Look at the map below. The Jordan River is on the east (i.e., the right, for those of you who took Woke Geography). The Mediterranean Sea is on the west (i.e., on the left). In between is a land mass. Most of it is “Israel,” with cities like Haifa, Tel Aviv-Yafo, Jerusalem, and Be’er Sheva. Some of it is sometimes wrongly called “West Bank” even though its real names are the regions of “Judea” and “Samaria.” On the southwest (the lower left) is a strip called “Gaza.”
The day will come when, for once and for all, the Fatah and Hamas terrorist-driven “Palestine Authority” (on the “West Bank”) gets closed down so that the remainder of Judea and Samaria finally is reunified with the Jewish country, just as the eastern portion of Jerusalem and the Golan Heights have been. In other words:
From the river to the sea, Palestine indeed will be free — and one day all will be part of Israel.
The key to clearly understanding this concept — and the inevitable reality — is that “Palestine” is Israel.
Again: “Palestine” is Israel.