" a binational state between the Jordan River and the sea" - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Roger Bannister
    • 18.06.07 | 16:08 (IDT)

    Well it is heading that way, nobody in their right mind could even contemplate the international community allowing for the Bantustein scenario. The South Africans tried and the world reacted, Israel will not fair any better on that idea and an Israeli Apartheid state will never survive. So what is really left after all the conciet imaginable by the occupiers is the bi-national state. A free and democratic state for all it's citizens. The problem of course that the Jews would be in a minority in such state, so why are the Israelis working so hard for this scenario??? Could it be that they see a transfer of palestinians to Jordan in the future? A free independent contigous Palestine, with East Jerusalem as it's capital and an amacable solution to the refugees plight is what Marwan is all for, so release him if you want only to pay the minimum. There are far worser prices that Israel could have to pay.I for one see this Israeli heavy handedness as a direct threat to its very existance.

    from the article: Sharon's dream
    First published 00:00 18.06.07 | Last updated 00:00 18.06.07
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