JAKE: ?Just spitballing here, Shalom, but perhaps...just perhaps...Israel should continue with the disengagement, at least evacuating the illegal outposts under Israeli law in the West Bank, and maybe even dismantling all the hundreds of settlements deep in the West Bank, keeping E. Jerusalem and those larger Israeli settlements adjacent to the Greenline, until a final peace agreement can be reached...then there`ll be some real progress...IMO, moving less than 10,000 people alone out of literally hundreds of thousands is about as significant an achivement as the PA negotiating with Hamas for a ceasefire, and deserving of about as much prase...? Israel should continue with the disengagement, you say,. Where does the disingagement have to end? What does Israel have exactly to disengage from? Those outposts? purpose is to prevent terrorist from entering the places. You say Israel must dismantle AT LEAST the outposts and to withdraw from the West Bank, until a final peace agreement is reached. In other words, Israel must give all that territory and later on we will see, when there is a peace agreement. But we have to take into account that peace depends on the Arab side. To sum up, Israel gives the Arabs what they are now asking for; dismantles Israel?s defense; and then we wait for the Arabs to become tired of committing terrorist attacks and decide they want peace. When will this happen? When Israel is destroyed? Israel shouldn?t accept the deal. If the PA is negotiating with Hamas or not it is their internal matters. And, after all, it was the PLO who fueled the Arab terrorist groups,so it is its duty to dismantle them,and Israel doesn?t have to be thankful for that. On the contrary, Israel should ask the PA for compensations for the Israeli dead and maimed and for the material damages caused by the terrorists.
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