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The Delusion of Separation from the Palestinians – Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser (JCPA via Daily Alert)

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Mar. 3, 2016

  • The Delusion of Separation from the Palestinians – Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser
    The Palestinians have no interest in “separation” because their struggle is being waged against Zionism, not just the occupation of the 1967 territories. Their objective is the 1948 territories, which is why, even after the separation from Gaza, the terror from Gaza continued.
    If, in line with the idea of separation, the building of the fence is completed and a few Jerusalem neighborhoods are transferred to the Palestinians’ rule, will their goals change? And if some of the settlements are moved to blocs, while the IDF keeps operating in all of the territories, will these steps bring an end to the terror? The terror will only intensify, both because it will get a tailwind and because it will be easier to mount attacks.
    Most Jews hope for a real peace based on the principle of dividing the homeland into two national states with mutual recognition and appropriate security arrangements. Yet most of the Palestinians, who reject the existence of the Jewish people and of a Jewish historical bond to the Land of Israel, see their aim as the defeat of Zionism.
    After the first stage, with the creation of an independent Palestinian state on the 1967 lines with Jerusalem as its capital, this state will keep working for Palestinian sovereignty in Haifa and Jaffa. The writer was formerly Director General of the Israel Ministry of Strategic Affairs and head of the Research Division of IDF Military Intelligence.(Ha’aretz)

(I believe that this is from JCPA, not from Ha’aretz…if you click on the link at the top, it takes you to JCPA…Ed.)

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