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Jews as Citizens of Disputed Palestine

Reader comment on item: Achieving Peace Through Israeli Victory

Submitted by Robert (United States), Dec 13, 2017 at 10:36

Dear Daniel Pipes,

In my view, the way to Israel's Victory
includes recruiting Jewish Lawyers and Talmudists..

There is no legal reason to prohibit Jews from settling
in that part of Mandatory Palestine
that hasn't been incorporated into Israel.
A tactical mistake Israel may be making
is restricting the "Settlements" to Israelis;
I recommend that Israel grant all Jews
(from all over the world)
to be permitted to "settle" in "Palestine"
(the disputed territories).
This will more clearly be,
from the legal and diplomatic standpoint
definitely distinct from "Transfer,"
which is the concept used in the Fourth Geneva Convention.
In other words, the Jews so settling need not have Israelis Citizenship.

The result - Muslim objections worldwide,
will show that the opposition is in fact promoting ETHNIC CLEANSING.

Don't you agree that that's a brilliant Strategic policy recommendation?

Also, why don't you get the MIDDLE EAST FORUM
to initiate a Project
to call for the formation of an
ORGANIZATION FOR [OR CHRISTIAN CO-OPERATION?
or make THAT JUDEO-CHRISTIAN?

Another Organization MEF should form a Project for
would be an
ORGANIZATION OF NON-ABRAHAMIC COOPERATION,
which would include India, China, and sub-Sahara Africa countries.

Isn't it ironic that the West doesn't object
to a religious organization determining world policies,
as in the case of the OIC?
Here we definitely should see
ISLAMISM attempting to impose its religious irreverent upon the world.

Will you object to that on these grounds - Islamic or Muslim Religious Hegemony ?

The 57 member OIC has just declared

Submitting....

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