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Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Okay, let's build everywhere

Likud Leftist (yes, they have them too) Dan Meridor has called for Israel to build in Judea and Samaria when the 'settlement freeze' expires in September. But only 'where Israel will remain.'
Cabinet Minister Dan Meridor, a member of the seven-member mini-cabinet that makes Israel’s most important decisions and a relatively left-wing member of the nationalist Likud party, says Israel must resume building after the freeze ends in September – but only in places that “will remain part of Israel.”


Meridor did not take the easy way out. He promised a resumption of construction – but not everywhere. “The freeze ends in three months,” he said, “and from then on, we are not obligated to it. The question is where is it logical and correct to build.”

He said that he proposed that we should build “only in places that will remain a part of Israel, and not in places that will not remain in Israel. There are ministers who think differently; it has not yet come up for debate. We must build wisely, in order that it not be claimed against us that we are harming the negotiations with the [Palestinian Authority].” He did not elaborate about which places he felt would not remain a part of Israel.
Meridor doesn't get it. The 'Palestinian Authority' is not going to reach any territorial compromise with us. Not in Efrat (where he visited on Tuesday and made that statement), not in Jerusalem and not even in Tel Aviv. The 'Palestinians' and their Arab sponsors will never agree to a Jewish state anywhere in this region. So either we build everywhere from the Jordan to the Mediterranean or we start swimming.

I vote that we build everywhere. How do you vote?


At 11:04 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

i vote on completing the population exchange

but i dont live in israel...so my vote doesnt count

At 11:20 AM, Blogger יונתן said...


שתי גדות לירדן


At 11:49 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

bacci40 said...

i vote on completing the population exchange


Manhigut Yehudit: Jewish State Guidelines - Security

At 2:23 PM, Blogger NormanF said...

Shy Guy, yes. Transfer the Israeli Arabs - really Palestinians - to the PA and annex the Jews of Yesha. I don't see the 1967 borders as absolutely sacred. Israel is better off without a million Arabs. Their future can be the Palestinians' responsibility. Swapping the Little Triangle for places where Jews live is important on a lot of fronts. In what crazy world is it written that Israel must remain 20% Arab? Israel's political class needs to redress the shame of what was done to the Gush Katif and get rid of every single last Arab.

At 9:31 AM, Blogger Alexander Maccabee said...

I'm a moderate. Here's my proposal:

--Send all the Arabs to somewhere outside of "Greater Israel", such as high in northwest Syria, or lower Saudi Arabia, and annex all the land HaShem promised we would have ["Greater Israel", not "traditional Israel"]. [if they are willing to go, compensate, if not, we make haganah.]

--Smash the two mosques and build our 3rd Temple.

--It is high time we started naming some streets, towns, cities, and mountains after Rabbi Kahane [may God avenge his blood].


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