The need to preempt Iran and export gas to Egypt was the reason the government gave to push through its controversial plan for Israel's natural gas. Now, this reason may no longer exist.08:52 31.08.15 | 1 comments
Zvi Bre'el writes: "The question now is how to deal with the sandwich state created between Israel and Egypt" Egypt failed in its agreement to monitor the Gaza/Egypt border, so it doesn't make sense to trust them again or give them concessions again as Bar'el suggests. The sandwich state will be dealt with by Israel when Hamas goes nuts and too far and starts and continues mortar shelling Israel. Then the fun begins: Israel has finally had it and retaliates massively. The world cannot complain about Israel defending itself and it won't help if they do. Abbas can't complain about the Israeli action when he himself did nothing to stop Hamas since he was elected. Then bye, bye Palestinian state. The world will finally realize they are wasting resources (their money) on the Palestinians. It will be the end of the road for the Palestinian economy. The sandwich state will be swallowed up . You think this scenario is crazy? Watch Hamas commit its own suicide. It will never be peaceful, ergo it will continue its evil wish to eradicate Israel. You think Israel will take forever what Hamas will keep dishing out? No? Then you know they will massively retaliate to eliminate the problem. You think the world will help the Palestinians when they don't dare get rid of Hamas? Naah, money speaks louder than words. Why should they keep giving the Palestinians money when the Arab states themselves don't live up to their promises. Hamas will have given them the perfect out. So sit back and relax and watch what comes. The beginning of the Palestinian liberation will also be the end ...sorry, no state fellahs!