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Thread: Israel/Palestine: Will this work?

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    Re: Israel/Palestine: Will this work?

    Quote Originally Posted by shiznit770 View Post
    Is there any other country geographically separated from itself by another?

    Also, what happens to Jerusalem?
    Yes, Germany, the main section and East Prussia.
    Our nation is also a bit fragmented, (Alaska, Hawaii), but Canada is a normal, rational nation...even the Pacific Ocean , with all its sharks, is more friendly toward the Israelis....
    Its the "friendly factor"..

    As I recall, Jordan was to be the land for the Arabs and "palestine" for the Jewish people....
    Poorly thought out ideas from the Western Powers after WW II.....

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    Re: Israel/Palestine: Will this work?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    Here’s my proposal for solving the Israel-Palestinian issue:

    -Israel completely withdraws from Gaza and the West Bank.
    -The West Bank then becomes the state of Palestine
    -Gaza can choose to become part of Egypt, part of Palestine, or its own state.
    -Israel will secure her borders as she sees fitThis is a very special case, IMO, the UN should do this..
    -Palestine will secure her borders as she sees fiteven more so..
    -Israel will hold Palestine/Gaza responsible for the security of their borders with Israel, and consider any attack, terrorist or otherwise, from across those borders to be an act of war upon Israel from Palestine, giving Israel the right to act in that regard as she sees fit.

    Will this work?
    If not, why not?
    Its fair and logical, therefore it will not work...

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    Re: Israel/Palestine: Will this work?

    Quote Originally Posted by shiznit770 View Post
    I didn't read his post well, in my super peaceful fantasy world they would both be continuous states, even if this meant uprooting a large number of people. Since Gaza's mostly full of refuge camps, they might as well all be moved to West Bank and expand the West Bank accordingly.
    The Arabs didn't accept the original partition. They have to live with the consequences. 1948-1967 borders are the only acceptable option - or there can be TWO Palestinian states (which is in effect what they have been since Hamas violently seized power almost two years ago.)
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