The Idea of a Palestinian State is Outdated

Israel always counted on increasingly falling Palestinian fertility rates and the Haredi population explosion (there will be 5 million Haredi Israelis in three decades time) to resolve the Palestinian dispute. Then came the historical rediscovery of core Median Jewry as deus ex machina. Israeli annexation of 4 million Syrian and Lebanese Median Jews (Alawites and Druze) will demographically allow Israel to immediately redeem and enfranchise the entire Judea and Samaria and abolish the anachronistic, autocratic and kleptocratic Palestinian Authority which oppresses the Palestinians. 

The act of Israel of extending sovereignty over the entire Judea and Samaria means that Palestinians suddenly will be free and will live in an open society with full civil rights. The idea of imposing a dictatorial state on the Palestinians of Judea and Samaria is outdated as the era of Median Jewish immigration to Israel has commenced. With tens of millions of Median Jewish immigrants to Israel will what was once considered “the Palestinian demographic problem” be consigned to the dustbin of history. While it is true that the Palestinians of Judea and Samaria lag behind Israel in economic development, will Israel applying sovereignty to the entire Judea and Samaria no doubt bring tremendous economic growth to the area. 

Jordan will be most happy to annex Gaza once Israel has formally incorporated the entire Judea and Samaria as this will give Jordan a Mediterranean coastline and Gaza will be fully integrated into the Jordanian economy. An international peace project will be launched to build an underground road and railroad connection between Gaza and the East Bank under Israel’s Negev desert.

Those who still think in terms of a Palestinian state need to think again.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization

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