Why the World Lost Interest in the Palestinian Issue

When will Median Jews immigrate to Israel in the tens of millions? This is only a matter of time. What is at stake is whether President Erdogan and the AKP will lose power in Turkey in the June 2023 elections and approximately 20 million Turkish Median Jews will be allowed to leave for Israel. For 3 million Iranian Median Jews is their leaving for Israel dependent on regime change, something which can be easily achieved by the United States through the imposition of a no-fly zone over Iran with provision of air support to insurgents. 1 million Iraqi Median Jews could emigrate to Israel through a neighboring third country with relations with Israel. For the 4 million Median Jews of Syria and Lebanon, the solution is rather different, namely Israeli annexation of Median Jewish (Alawite and Druze) regions through a trilateral peace treaty after a major defensive war that would lead to regime change in both Beirut and Damascus.

The real demographic game changer with respect to the resolution of the Palestinian issue is however immigration to Israel of the 16 million Alevi Median Jews of Turkey. It is now up to the Palestinian Authority to show its willingness to reconcile and compromise with Israel to achieve a two-state solution. Unless they do, the entire Judea and Samaria will eventually be redeemed and enfranchised by Israel, with Gaza subsequently being annexed by Jordan. The countdown is on. Yet, the Palestinian Authority shows no interest, eagerness or urgency in achieving a two-state solution and the international community understands this. This is why the PA is on its own diplomatically nowadays. After all, if the PA is not interested in a two-state solution, why should anyone else pay attention?

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization

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