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A very short blog post on solutions vs. problems

 

Q.   "Mr. Medad, can you sum up your approach to the issue of Judea and Samaria?"
 
 
A.   "Yes. How can dismantling so-called 'Settlements' - and they are not illegal - be part of any solution when they weren't part of the problem?"
 
 
Q.   I don't understand you.
 
 
A.   Between 1948 and 1967, there was no "occupation" of the "West Bank", actually, Judea and Samaria, unless you acknowledge that Jordan's occupation and annexation were illegal, indeed, which they were.  And there was not one Jewish community constructed or existing in those areas because the Jews had been ethnically cleansed from cities and villages they lived in beginning in 1929 and continuing through the 1930s and 1940s.
 
If this "problem" did not exist prior to the 1967 war, as a result of which Israel assumed the administration of the area, but there was Arab terror killing Israelis all throughout those years, how can dismantling communities solve this situation?
 
 
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