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What about Israeli army and Mossad ?

Reader comment on item: Pushing for an Israeli Victory Is the Only Way to End the Conflict with the Palestinians
in response to reader comment: An Israeli victory would also be an Arab victory, because it's the only option that would lead to mutual peace and prosperity. Here's how it would look:

Submitted by Debanjan Banerjee (India), Jan 15, 2019 at 00:22

Greetings from India and I wish you and your family a very happy and prosperous 2019.

Thanks for your proposal Mr. Marcus.

But I am afraid you are actually omitting some interesting points that also needs to be resolved.

1. In case of peace with Arabs, Israel does not need any army or Mossad. So the Jewish religious authorities should immediately disband IDF and Mossad and any Jew should be prohibited to have weapons or practice weapons training by religious decree.

2. The remaining Israeli military infrastructure should be handed over to Egypt and other Arab US allies.

3. The holy land would be a secular land whereby anyone be it a Jew or Arab can participate and compete in a democratic government.

4. The Israeli government will be encouraged to provide 50 per cent quota for the Arabs in all state institutions.

What do you think about my proposal ?

Thanks and regards with best wishes


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