The defense minister talks with the king of Jordan at the Munich Security Conference about Middle East developments and possibilities of advancing the peace process.19:58 12.02.16 | 0 comments
The first time they did this was 1948 when they rejected UN Partition and launched a war. Israel got bigger. The second time they did this was in Khartoum after they started and lost the 6-Day War ("no recognition of Israel, no negotiations, no peace"). Israel got bigger. And after preventing Abbas from negotiating, they think they'll just unilaterally declare a Palestinian State? Here's what will happen: Israel seals the Jordan River border, no Arab World contact with W. Bank; Israel shuts off all power and water and crossings to the "independent state", no commerce, and no shipments to Gaza; Israel annexes all Jewish W. Bank towns to Israel, leaves Abbas with the rest for his "state". Price of anything going in or out of "unilateral state" is recognition of Jewish Israel, full normalization, embassy in J'lem. Hmmm. That would work!