Rabbinic human rights group T’ruah calls for transparency on donor money spent on settlements.17:48 08.10.15 | 1 comments
JewishHeart, I am glad that you could agree with me. But honestly, right now I only see 2 realistic scenarios for the future: 1. Israel will annex the West Bank and deport at least most of the Palestinian Arabs there to Jordan. That would clear the way for a mainly Jewish "Greater Israel" from the Middle Sea to the Jordan valley. The problem: It would make Israel to a "Pariah" state for quite some time, with all the ugly consequences. 2. Israel continues with the status quo, which will most probably lead to an Arab majority in the region of Israel/Gaza/West Bank till the year 2150. It will then become an extremely tough nut to crack for Israel to explain to the world why the minority should have the right to vote, while the majority shouldn't. The consequence will be tremendous pressure on Israel to agree on a binational solution. Unfortunately that would then be with a Jewish minority.