#147 Zeev (Part 2) - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Tim R
    • 17.02.10 | 07:24 (IST)

    "THEY will NEVER be part of Israel, no matter how much fellows like you will jump up and down to talk of that possibility."(Tim R) "Part of Israel"? Good lord, certainly not. We have already 20% Arabs"(Zeev) Good, then what exactly is your problem again? "Israel having failed to separate from them in time and the Two State formula has become non-implementable"(Zeev) Why exactly would it not be implementable? But even if in the unlikely event that it would not be, why exactly would that be Israel's problem? It would be THEIR problem for NOT taking up multiple opportunities to accept the two state solution ... They would then have two remaining choices: 1. Keep on as they are forever .... 2. Beg their Jordanian brothers who are Arab and Muslim too, to let Jenin, Nablus and other WB Pal Arab population centres be part of Jordan (which was the case between 1948 and 1967). Ditto with Gaza and Egypt. The third choice that you so fret about, to become part of the Jewish people, will NEVER happen because Israel will NOT allow it to happen, NOR are they obliged to let their historic enemies be part of a nation between the Jordan and the sea, just because THEY want it in order to take over the Jewish people via the back door ... Do you understand now Zeev? Or must I continue to explain this simple concept to you?

    from the article: Fear of peace will be the death of Israel
    First published 12:48 03.02.10 | Last updated 12:48 03.02.10
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