Why Jews can’t Live in a Palestinian State

Why is it that almost everyone seems to assume that restorative indigenous Jewish strategic communities in Judea and Samaria would have to be evacuated in order to establish a Palestinian state? The Kushner peace plan shows that no evacuations are necessary as all such communities would under the plan fall under Israeli sovereignty. But why do others insist that many such restored indigenous Jewish communities be evacuated? First of all do they imagine different borders than the Kushner plan, but there is another reason for this view.

If Jews remained in a Palestinian state, they would be massacred or would at the very least be highly vulnerable to massacres. The Ramallah entity is deeply Anti-Semitic and offers Anti-Semitic Jihadist indoctrination throughout regime schools and regime media. Ramallah would be unable to offer security to its Jewish minority which would have to be constantly guarded from angry Anti-Semitic lynch mobs. Why is it that the Jewish community in Hebron (the oldest Jewish community in the world) lives behind walls, fences, barbed wire and armed soldiers? The answer is that they would otherwise be massacred as in 1929. It should be kept in mind that Hebron is the second holiest city in Rabbinic Judaism. 

This raises the question of the sincerity of those Palestinian advocates of a so-called “one-state solution” who imagine Jews living as a minority in a Palestinian state that would include all of Israel and to which millions of Anti-Israel descendants of ex-refugees would immigrate. Do they genuinely imagine that the fate of the Jews of Israel would be any different to that of the Hebron Jewish community?

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization

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