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In your reference to Martin Sherman's Humanitarian Paradigm and your response.

Reader comment on item: Palestinian Statehood Is Acceptable ... Eventually

Submitted by Joy Moss-Rendell (Israel), Feb 4, 2018 at 13:58

Hi Daniel. I refer to this as you have referred to it in your recent interview with L' Informale. In all fairness you have left out the fact that they will be given, per family head, a handsome kitty to invest in their new country. This will surely encourage countries to allow them to emigrate. Certainly not like the present situation with migrants penetrating with pittance on them and then living off the National Funds of the Western countries. I think you have dismissed this idea too fast. As you say yourself your idea will take at least a couple of generations before anything positive may be seen. And that's depending on the idea that they will accept their defeat without wanting to retaliate. Martin's idea is far more thorough in taking care of these people as soon as the plan is implemented. And in so a win win situation. If you ask about the leaders... Nasrallah and Khaled Mashal have been placed on the US terror list. Only Abbas and Erakat are left to be also placed on the terrorist list. As we heard today, Abbas is preparing his people to totally disconnect from Israel. A perfect time for Israel to halt all supplies and services to them. Abbas is calling for his end. So getting rid of them legally, and expediting it through Interpol or Israeli expertise, should be easier enough to do. The people will be free to leave. All has to be planned up front and executed with military precision. Please consider this idea more in depth. Much appreciative of your endeavors. Sincerely, Joy Moss-Rendell


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