Resolving the Problem is What Matters

There has long been an international fixation on Palestinian statehood and a so-called “two-state solution”. This was ostensibly “the only solution” to the Palestinian problem. Nothing could be more false. The international community has tried to achieve a two-state solution since 1937 and has only seen failure.

The international community needs to internalize that what matters is resolving the Palestinian issue and this requires shifting borders in the region and enfranchising Palestinians no matter where they live. A Palestinian state is simply not within the realm of the possible due to Palestinian insistance on flooding Israel with millions of Anti-Zionists and refusal to accept territorial compromise along the lines of the Kushner peace map that would allow Israel to retain all restorative indigenous communities and for Israel to have defensible borders. Yet, this partition proposal as all previous offers to the Palestinians since 1937 has been rejected out of hand by the Palestinian side. The international community needs to internalize that a Palestinian state is simply not possible.

Israel redeeming and enfranchising the entire Judea and Samaria is in the interest of all residents of that region, including the 2 million Palestinians there. Jordan annexing Gaza is crucially in the interest of the people of Gaza who will become part of a country with a Palestinian majority which will be demographically reinforced by Jordan’s annexation of Gaza.

Resolving the Palestinian issue is what matters. The Palestinian issue can indeed be resolved although just not through a so-called “two-state solution”. Israeli Jewish population growth will allow Israel to redeem and enfranchise the entire Judea and Samaria and we will not need to wait for the Haredi (Ultra-Orthodox) population explosion to affect Israeli demography as the rediscovery of core Median Jewry enables far earlier Israeli incorporation of the entire Judea and Samaria. The international community needs to do everything possible to pressure the genocidal and Anti-Semitic dictator of Turkey to not place obstacles in the way of Alevi and other Median Jewish Aliyah (immigration) to Israel so as to also help resolve the Palestinian issue.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization

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