Who declared that the Jews may only have one State?
THE RABBI'S VIEW

Who declared that the

Jews may only have one State?


I am ready to propose another multi-state solution. As you well know, the President of the United States offered a "road map" to a "two-state solution" quite some time ago. Many people, including the President and both of his Secretaries of State serving at and since that time have ignored that to consider a two-state solution for the area chooses to ignore the facts. Truth be told, a two-state solution has been in effect since the cease-fire of 1948, and even earlier actually, from the moment of the creation of the Hashemite Kingdom of Transjordan by the British, against the spirit of the League of Nations Mandate which gave the British control of the Palestine Mandate for the purpose of enabling the creation of a Jewish National Homeland.

The UN, in November of 1947 proposed the creation of a third state, and the Arab States surrounding Israel rejected the creation of yet another Arab state in the area. The Jews resident in the area were willing to accept the international decision. As all the Arab States in the area declared war on the nascent State of Israel.

Last month, the Supreme Court of the State of Israel declared that the residents of Judea, Samaria and Aza, (aka Gaza) are not entitled to all the rights of Israelis residing within the boundaries of The State of Israel. If this is to be accepted at face value, we must garner from this that were the residents of Judea, Samaria and Aza to declare their areas of settlement as either independent States, or as a single federated State. Clearly, the government of the State of Israel is not interested in the safety of these people. Surely the Palestinian Authority will not welcome them. Let them become the independent State(s) that they wish to. The State of Israel should be happy to have one or more States on its borders with which it can expect normal and not merely "normalized" relations.

It should not be too much to ask for the State of Israel to pledge to protect these young States, and maybe even sponsor them for membership in the United Nations. What a joy it would be for there to be four Jewish States to count on each other against the approximately 40 Arab/Muslim States in the UN.

If Israel will not stop the deportations from Judea, Samaria and Aza, then a declaration of Independence should do the trick. With no jurisdiction in those areas, Israel will have disengaged, built a buffer zone against the PA, and not had to start down the road toward a Civil War.

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