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RE: Blackspeare--Confederation in Israel/Palestine

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Submitted by Harrak (Canada), May 11, 2006 at 18:40

""In the Middle East all problems center on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. In that regard, what would you say to a one-state solution?""

I say that you have come to my conclusion. I even suggested a name for that confideration "Isratine" or they can name it "Jerusalem" with a capital "Jerusalem City" with a big international airport. These are some condition to this thesis"

1- Completely secular government

2- Completely and equaly bilingual state -Arabic and Hebrew

3- All the country must be International free trade and tourism Zone.

4- UN mandate to run the country (coordination with the Vatican, Azhar and Najaf or Qum and The Jewish council)

5- Other than local police and security, only international army allowed (Canadians, Americans, Euros etc.)

6- Every one in the world can immigrate to the country provided (s)he respond to immigration criteria where religion has no place. Money, tourism or education are the criteria.

7- Return of refugees...

This may make the UN stronger and more credible than ever been and may be an example for others to wish..

CIO

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