Judith, Carter is reinventing the wheel - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Zev Davis
    • 07.09.09 | 00:26 (IDT)

    Judith, If you didn't know already, one of the ideas proposed by the "other Zionists", namely the Prez of Hebrew University in Mandatory Palestine/Land of Israel, Henrietta Szold, Martin Buber, and other like minded people sought a Bi-National State. They even formed the Ichud Party that promoted the idea. That was in 1942 at the same time when the Biltmore Platform was suggested creating a Jewish State in . . . by B-G and rest of the Official Zionists. If Benny Morris's theory is correct, he was doing it, by expelling Palestinian Arabs from their homes until he, as Mr. Morris says, he had a case of cold feet. Heck, if he was serious about the Deir Yassin thing he could have done more to the Irgun, but he did "doth protest too much methinks". The Anglophones and the Quebecois have an uneasy union, so do the Belgians, and Cyprus proved to be a lost cause. Gee Whiz, Ghandi couldn't get Nehru and Ali Jinna to unite, Czechoslovakia and Yugoslavia are no longer, so . . .

    from the article: Carter: Palestinians seriously weighing one-state solution
    First published 19:49 06.09.09 | Last updated 20:31 06.09.09
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