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    • Dutch Dirk
    • 11.12.07 | 10:53 (IST)

    ...a dime to the settlers! This is the strategy: Let the PA Police start to build road blocks on the roads to the settlements. Deliver some cranes and trucks to the PA authority, so the Palestinians can remove the separation walls. The concrete wall elements, will thereafter be placed around the settlements. If the settlers want to leave a settlement, they will be investigated and questioned by the Palestinian border Police and before the settlers are permitted to pass, they must wait for five hours or more, before the gates are being opened. Next step: the Palestinians should start to cut-off the electricty, by removing the power lines. The Palestinians will say: Israel had not asked for permission to build a power network, thus the powerlines are illegal. Trust me, within 3 months all settlers will be running for Tel-Aviv. So why pay the settlers, if the settler problem can be solved much cheaper? Let the Palestinians treat the settlers the way Israel is treating the Palestinians.

    from the article: The new post-Zionists
    First published 00:00 11.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 11.12.07
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