Monday, April 27, 2015

The Obvious Successful solution for a Peace between Israel and the Arabs

The Obvious Successful solution for a Peace between Israel and the Arabs

Contrary to popular belief, the Arab-Israeli conflict has a reasonable solution.
Arab countries since the late 1940's have expelled over a million Jews and their children from the Arab countries and confiscated their assets, businesses, homes and land, Real Property 5-6 times the size of Israel (120,440 sq. km. or 75,000 sq. miles), valued in the trillions of dollars. Is it not enough that the British violated the San Remo Treaty of 1920 which was confirmed by the 1920 Treaty of Sevres, and took away about 80% of Jewish allocated land on the east bank of the Jordan river and gave it to the Arabs as their new state.
The Jewish State of Israel resettled most of the million Jewish people expelled by the Arabs countries with a limited amount of resources and land. The Jewish refugees from Arab Countries did not stay refugees for about 7 decades and used as a pawn to incite violence and conflict between the Jews and the Arabs.
It is time for the Arab countries who expelled over a million Jewish people and their children and confiscated all their assets to resettle the Arab refugees in the Arab countries and Jordan.
The following is an option:
An orderly resettlement elsewhere of the so-called Palestinian Arabs would solve this long-standing ‘intractable’ problem. To propose this solution today elicits automatic rejection by almost everyone and perhaps even anger and hostility at its very mention (although attitudes may finally be changing). This is because the minds of many have been so thoroughly conditioned and brainwashed, with layer upon layer of repeated falsehoods, such that open-minded reconsideration is almost impossible.
But resettlement could become the basis of a successful solution for both sides.
One option proposed by the Al Sisi the President of Egypt. Is part of the Sinai attached to Gaza which will give the a seaport. Offer them funding from the trillions confiscated from the Expelled Jewish people from Arab countries. Utilizing the funds to build up communities, schools, industry and much more.
The resources and funds contributed by the nations of the world and the diversion of resources from armaments and conflict should be utilized to advance the economic benefits of all the Arabs being resettled and bring about a proud and self sustaining people in the nations of the world.

Is there a leader or a consortium that can undertake such a worthwhile project and bring about an end to hostilities and an economic rejuvenation to the Arab population in the area,

YJ Draiman

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