Meet Ben Nitay – he has been big news in Australia this week

February 24, 2017 by J-Wire News Service
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28-yr-old economic consultant Ben Nitay has been questioned about the Israel-Palestine conflict…and his answers will surprise you.

 

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One Response to “Meet Ben Nitay – he has been big news in Australia this week”
  1. David Singer says:

    Amazing to hear BIbi 39 years ago spelling out on this video the two-state solution first proposed in the 1922 Mandate for Palestine.

    That solution has been achieved in 95% of the territory covered by the Mandate with the creation of Transjordan in 1946 and Israel in 1948.

    It can be completed 100% by Israel and Jordan redrawing the international border between their two countries in direct negotiations. Could probably be achieved in three months.No guns or armies required – just some good negotiators armed with pencils, pencil sharpeners, tippex and rubbers.

    Netanyahu had not changed his view when he told the United Nations in 1984:

    “Clearly, in Eastern and Western Palestine, there are only two peoples, the Arabs and the Jews. Just as clearly, there are only two states in that area, Jordan and Israel. The Arab State of Jordan, containing some three million Arabs, does not allow a single Jew to live there. It also contains 4/5 of the territory originally allocated by this body’s predecessor, the League of Nations, for the Jewish National Home. The other State, Israel, has a population of over four million, of which one sixth is Arab. It contains less than 1/5 of the territory originally allocated to the Jews under the Mandate…. It cannot be said, therefore, that the Arabs of Palestine are lacking a state of their own. The demand for a second Palestinian Arab State in Western Palestine, and a 22nd Arab State in the world, is merely the latest attempt to push Israel back into the hopelessly vulnerable armistice lines of 1949.”

    Fascinating to realize that this solution is still possible to achieve in 2017 and could well have been discussed during Bibi’s meeting with President Trump 2 weeks ago.

    This is the deal of the century that could be very attractive for dealmaker Trump to pursue.

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