Friday, 23 July 2010

An "extremely-average, semi-absolute" comment about the Oxymoron of a “Jewish Bi-national” State!

In his “Endgame” article, Noam Sheisaf commence by the alluring sugar-coated words:

“It's an idea for solving the conflict that sounds like a vision of the end of days: Grant Israeli citizenship and equal rights to all the Palestinians in the West Bank. And who is proposing the one-state solution? Right-wingers and settlers”

Those of us who have experienced zionists, know very well that this offer of giving citizenships to Palestinians in the west Bank is yet another TRAP, another “binational process” to replace the fatally failed “peace process”.

It has been orchestrated as response to the growing international pressure which calls for the isolation and even the de-legitimization of the zionist entity.

Make no mistake this call by zionist Right for a bi-national state is by no means an awakening of "conscience", it is rather a premeditated step from manipulative minds in an attempt to minimize their losses and augment their profit because they started to realize that the tide has begun to change.

Listen to Hanan Porat, for example, one of the founders of Gush Emunim and supporters of the binational state idea:

"In my view, every Arab has three options. First, those who want an Arab state and are ready to implement that goal by means of terrorism and a struggle against the state, have no place in the Land of Israel. Second, those who accept their place [as subhumans] and accept Jewish sovereignty [reads supremacy] but do not want to take part in the state and fulfill all their obligations, can be considered residents and enjoy full human rights, but not political representation in the state's institutions.

Listen also to Likud MK Tzipi Hotovely who organized a conference in the Knesset titled "Alternatives to Two States”, and has called publicly for citizenship to be granted to the Palestinians "in gradual fashion":

When asked: “Of the two dangers you discern - a binational state or a Palestinian state - which would you choose?”
Her answer was:
"Unequivocally the binational danger. In the binational process we have a degree of control, but the moment you abandon the area to the Palestinian entity, what control do you have over what will happen there?"

She also added:
"At the moment, we are talking about citizenship in Judea and Samaria, not Gaza. In Gaza there is an enemy regime that rejects Israel. It is outside the political discourse, including the two-state discourse. There are 1.5 million Palestinians in Judea and Samaria. I want it to be clear that I do not recognize national rights of Palestinians in the Land of Israel. I recognize their human rights and their individual rights, and also their individual political rights - but between the sea and the Jordan there is room for one state, a Jewish state."


Anonymous said...

last few days our group held a similar talk about this subject and you illustrate something we haven't covered yet, appreciate that.

- Laura

uprooted Palestinian said...

welcome, pls provide a link to your group