Citizenship and Prosperity will Pacify the Palestinian Conflict

While previously the Israel strategic plan was for the Haredi population explosion (there will be some 5 million Haredi Israelis in just three decades time) to enable Israel to redeem and enfranchise Judea and Samaria, will formal incorporation of Judea and Samaria be enabled by the annexation of 4 million Median Jews (Alawites and Druze) of Syria and Lebanon and mass immigration of millions and even tens of millions of Median Jews from the Middle East and beyond.

How will Palestinians respond to enfranchisement? Insignificant military force will be required for Israel to retake Area A in Judea and Samaria which currently is under full Palestinian Authority (PA) security control. A minor war will however be required for Jordan to liberate the Gaza Strip from the Jihadist Hamas terrorist organization. As Israel will enfranchise Judea and Samaria and Jordan will enfranchise Gaza will peace ensue. 

Palestinians in Judea and Samaria presently have a legitimate grievance with the current status quo which sometimes leads to tactical limited instability but is the foundation of regional strategic stability. However, with full Israeli citizenship will the equation change for the Palestinians of Judea and Samaria. If Israel is loyal to them, then will they be loyal to Israel as well, at least to a limited practical de facto degree, if not ideologically so. As rapid economic growth in the region will follow Israel’s formal incorporation of Judea and Samaria so will popular discontent disippate.  

Similarly will the granting of Jordanian citizenship to Gaza Palestinians pacify the Gaza conflict and lead to economic prosperity for what will become the economic beachfront of Jordan as tied to the East Bank through an underground car and train connection.

Importantly will Israeli and Jordanian enfranchisement remove Iran from the regional equation and end its nefarious position of influence in the region.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization

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