Israel’s Indigenous Restoration Project is Rational

The Palestinian problem will be resolved when at least 10 million Median Jews have immigrated to Israel and the Jewish state redeems and enfranchises the entire Judea and Samaria with Jordan subsequently annexing Gaza and any plans for partition are thus redundant. It is nevertheless interesting to know the outline of how Israel kept the option of partition open whether for a Palestinian state or for Jordanian annexation. There would be five Palestinian regions, three in Judea and Samaria; namely Hebron, Ramallah and Samaria and two in present Israel; namely the Northern Negev and the Central Galilee. The five Palestinian regions would all be contiguous internally and with each other whether they would be part of Jordan or constitute a separate Palestinian state. Jewish communities both in Israel and Judea and Samaria were planned and located specifically to facilitate partition and defensible borders. Of course this is very different from the internationally popular notion of anachronistically returning to something close to the 1949 Jordanian-Israeli armistice lines. All Jewish, Samaritan, Druze and it was later decided Christian communities would be part of Israel whether in Israel or Judea and Samaria. Israeli military intelligence sent out agents to found indigenous communities in Judea and Samaria in a manner which seemed spontaneous but which was actually premeditated and carefully calibrated since all strategic indigenous communities were established on public lands and in strategic locations in a manner so as to facilitate partition and certainly not so as to prevent it. Nevertheless these reserve plans for partition of the land of Israel are now completely and utterly redundant since Israel will be able to keep the land united thanks to major Median Jewish Aliyah.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization.

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