all this will do is re-define the conflict... - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • ben
    • 20.04.11 | 07:18 (IDT)

    Palestine will go from being an imaginary occupied state to an actual occupied state... but remember its not all milk and honey... if the UN accepts Palestine into the UN remember that it will include all the "Jewish" Palestinians aswell... Either that or the UN would seed all major settelments to israeli control, and the small ones would have to option to assimilate to Palestine... Plus i would not be surprised if the UN also calls for Jerusalem to be put on temporary status for negotiations between Israel and Palestine at a future date... also the UN is not naive and would declare Palestine to be demilitarized... The big question is what will have to happen to get Israel to leave most of the WB? The Answer is, there would have to be security provisions in the declaration that would guarantee Israels security... I don't care if its an UN force or even a NATO one... More then likely it will start off as a joint effort between the IDF and the UN and then slowly move towards total UN control once the area stabilizes... In the end there will have to be a peace accord betweeen the two countries... But this will be much easier to negotiate after established borders...

    from the article: Abbas: Britain and France would recognize Palestinian state
    First published 01:01 20.04.11 | Last updated 01:01 20.04.11
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