Netanyahu Paleostinians Palestinian terrorism



We need an outbreak of liberty.

There is no nation truly ”sovereign” any more, especially those states tied to Russia, member states of the EU, and a US run by statists in the Democrat party and neo-statists in the GOP.

But the crux of this article is the fact that, any Paleo-enclave regardless of its status or future status, has to be watched like a hawk by the Israelis. Security is paramount, the Arabs cannot be trusted to secure Israelis from Pali-terror.

PM: For Palestinian state to emerge everyone needs to adjust concepts of sovereignty

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If there is ever to be a Palestinian state, everyone is going to have to adjust their ideas of sovereignty, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said in an interview broadcast Sunday.

Netanyahu, who filmed the interview with CNN’s Fareed Zakaria during his stay last week in New York, said that the only way to ensure that territory ceded by Israel does not turn into a “third Iranian enclave around Israel’s border” is to have a long-term Israeli security presence inside a future Palestinian state.

The Palestinians, according to Netanyahu, “say: ‘Oh, you can’t do that. That offends our sovereignty. We can’t have the security presence or military presence of our former enemy on our soil. That doesn’t square with independence.’ I say: Really? How about American forces in Germany 70 years after the fact or in Japan or in South Korea?” While acknowledging that “no analogy is perfect and identical,” Netanyahu said that if Hamas takes over the West Bank, “they could stop our international airport with mortars, not rockets, not missiles.

Mortars, a guy with a mortar. So we have to find a security solution that is real, and I think it’s possible.”

To do this, he said, “I think we have to adjust our conceptions of sovereignty. I don’t know if there’s absolute sovereignty anywhere. I don’t see it in the economic field. We’re all tied to international structures.

We’re all tied to limitations.

And I think we have to think about having these security arrangements, which over time could be made shared security arrangements, but that’s the way to keep Israel safe, paradoxically to keep the Palestinian Authority intact, and ultimately to secure peace.”

The Palestinians have made clear that they are adamantly opposed to any protracted Israeli security presence anywhere in a future Palestinian state, including along the Jordan River.

Asked about Israel’s assessment of the strength of Islamic State, Netanyahu – who just a month ago put the figure of Islamic State fighters at 10,000, or about half that of Hamas – said Sunday that they have “several tens of thousands by now. It’s growing by day because they’ve got about 2 million petrodollars revenue a day.”

As to whether the situation in the Middle East, where all Israel’s enemies seem to be fighting one another, was good or bad for Israel, Netanyahu replied, “When your enemies are fighting each other, don’t support one or the other.

Weaken both. That means that we fully support [US] President [Barack] Obama’s goal to defeat ISIS [Islamic State], but we also believe that you should prevent Iran from becoming a threshold nuclear power, to prevent them from having the capacity to enrich enough uranium for the bomb in short order.”

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