Sunday, July 22, 2007

Who Said It?

Who wrote the following with regards to a "Palestinian" state?:
"The establishment of such (a Palestinian) state means the inflow of combat-ready Palestinian forces (more than 25,000 men under arms) into Judea and Samaria; this force, together with the local youth, will double itself in a short time. It will not be short of weapons or other (military) equipment, and in a short space of time, an infrastructure for waging war will be set up in Judea, Samaria and the Gaza Strip. Israel will have problems in preserving day-to-day security, which may drive the country into war, or undermine the morale of its citizens. In time of war, the frontiers of the Palestinian state will constitute an excellent staging point for mobile forces to mount attacks on infrastructure installations vital for Israel’s existence, to impede the freedom of action of the Israeli Air Force in the skies over Israel, and to cause bloodshed among the areas adjacent to the frontier-line."
The answer.


Avi said...

If not a Palestinian state, what are you going to do about the millions of Palestinians in Gaza and Judea and Samaria?

Transfer (i.e. ethnic cleansing in violation of int'l law and basic morality)? Apartheid (rule of the majority by a minority, which will happen as there are about as many Pals as Israeli citizens [including Arabs] between the Jordan and the Mediterranean)?

Cosmic X said...


My survival and the survival of my children and the survival of the nation of Israel override any of your "politically correct" mantras. Peres was correct back then when he realized the danger of a Palestinian State. The results of giving the Arabs even limited autonomy have been a disaster that has cost us a lot of life. It is amazing that after everything that has happened since Rabin shook Arafat's bloody hand hasn't managed to shake some sense into members of the Oslo cult.

Transfer would be a very generous solution to those that murder our children. They don't deserve such generosity.

Chana @ Lemon Lime Moon said...

Interesting questions about Peres' change of heart there.

I think that the use of the term Apartheid is way over the top in reference to Israel.
Israel is for Jews. Perhaps some might view that as racist, but, Israel was created long before 1948 and it was for the Jewish people.
The survival of Jews and Torah is my main concern, not whether a wall is appropriate. Frankly I think a wall is not enough!

Mr Bagel said...

Wow thats a surprise! Which poses the question if he predicted exactly what is happening why is he now advocating leaving the territories?

Shalom Mr Bagel

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