2-State Solution is none other than a step in 1974 PLO Phased Plan for dismantling of Israel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • G Marcus
    • 01.03.13 | 14:04 (IST)

    Due to irrevocable religious and nationalistic dogma, Arabs are sworn not to give up a so-called "Right of Return" to Israel proper and thus not to recognize Israel's right to exist as a Jewish nation-state. By reviving the '48 armistice borders, a 2-state solution would render Israel militarily indefensible against such sworn enemies and only serve to advance the 1974 PLO Phased Plan one step further. Any Jewish person that advocates for such a plan, knowingly or unknowingly is working for Israeli national suicide and thus serves the agenda of Israel's enemies. If Arabs really wanted peace, they would be advocating for a 3-state solution composed of Israel, Egypt and Jordan (the already-existing Palestinian-Arab state in everything but name), whereby Arab-inhabited parts of the West Bank would be incorporated into the latter, while affording Israel viable borders.

    from the article: U.K. Zionist Federation refuses to accept left-wing pro-Israel movement
    First published 10:47 01.03.13 | Last updated 10:47 01.03.13
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