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Sunday, November 15, 2009

Someone who gets it

Here's someone who gets it.
Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman said Saturday night that the establishment of a Palestinian state in Judea and Samaria will not solve the Arab-Israel conflict, but will instead move it to within the borders of the state of Israel. Arabs in the Galilee and Negev would demand autonomy, once they see Arabs in Judea and Samaria get their own independent state, Lieberman said.
Exactly. And any end-of-conflict provision we sign with the 'Palestinians' - even if observed - would not affect the 'Israeli Arabs.'


Here's more:
The forum's deliberations are supposed to be conducted behind closed doors, but Lieberman's comments were immediately reported by Hebrew news sites and then by Israel Radio.

If a Palestinian state were established in Judea and Samaria, the minister reportedly added, Israeli Arabs would demand autonomy in the Galilee and the Negev and would build stronger bonds with the Palestinian Authority.
Lieberman made his remarks in response to a 'Palestinian' threat to seek a UN Security Council resolution calling for a 'Palestinian' reichlet.


At 6:47 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Avigdor Lieberman is correct. A Palestinian state would solve only half the problem and Israeli Arabs too would demand being detached from Israel. A Palestinian state would not end the conflict. It would merely transfer it within Green Line Israel.

At 1:27 AM, Blogger mrzee said...

There's an end-of-conflict agreement in the Oslo Accords. A lot of good its done.


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