'Quiet and regular daily routine are a mutual interest and we will strive to keep them,' IDF says.04:42 05.05.16 | 4 comments
The Pals would have to lose a lot of their land - at least a dozen large settlement blocs, some of them miles away from the Green Line. They'd lose their capital and largest city, E J'sem. They'd lose the Jordan Valley, which Israel spuriously claims is necessary for 'defence'. It wouldn't be contiguous, because it would be split in two by Israel cementing its land seizures in Jerusalem-E1-Ma'ale Adumim-Jordan Valley. It would still be split into dozens of islands, as Israel wants its network of controlled roads and military bases. The Pals would not have sovereignty of their air space or air waves - or even army, as Israel wants to control its numbers and equipment. This is just a joke. NO people anywhere would accept this as 'a state', it's just a colony by any other name.