Fighting for a Palestinian state in the West Bank and Gaza from '48 to '67, would have meant confronting three antagonist neighbours, Egypt, Israel, and Jordan. Way too much for a people split in two. -- "If we don't end the occupation, it would end us." (Haim Ramon, former Israeli Justice Minister.) - "We must have a Palestinian state in our neighborhood, or we will become a Palestinian state." Yehoshafat Harkabi (1921-1994), chief of Military Intelligence 1955-1959, then head of ME Studies at the Hebrew U, Jerusalem.
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