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The British White Paper of All these proposals were rejected for non-substantive reasons; for example, dissatisfaction with the size of the areas or towns awarded to one side, differences over the duration of the British mandate, or matters relating to the number of immigrants. The Jews were warned that the failure to accept a single bi-national state would not bring about peace for them. As they predicted, this is exactly what has happened. He was also, among other things, a Knesset member and a cabinet minister.

He believes that a strategic concession on the occupied land, by which he naturally meant territory such as Sinai, the Golan, the West Bank and Gaza, would be tantamount to relinquishing tangible gains for which, according to him, there could be no compensation. Although Egypt had offered something in return, they were subject to sudden change. He discussed the feasibility of establishing a federal state giving the examples of the European Union; the United States of America, which, according to him, experienced 13 years of turmoil up to ; and Nigeria, a multi-denominational and multi-national state in his view.

He wrote that the economic, military, geographical and historical considerations that underpin such a solution exist in Palestine. He further noted that the establishment of an independent Palestinian state constituted a grave danger. In order to avert those dangers, a single federal state must be established. Arab Proposals: 1.

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All pre proposals called for a single state and some approached the Jews as the Palestinians are now treated, namely in terms of offering them autonomy and partition of land. A declaration establishing one state by one party for its own benefit is also a mistake.

The concept of partition has proven its failure and will continue to do so. Before the Jews were regarded in just the same manner as the Palestinians are regarded today. There were a minority in Palestine, fed illusions of self-rule at one moment, and autonomous Jewish areas at another.

Palestinians were in the majority.

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That is why they rejected the well-known partition resolution of Following this situation was reversed. The Palestinians became the minority as a result of the and wars.

The Jews became the majority within the area called Israel. Promises of self-rule, Arab areas and partition were made to the Arabs, just as they had previously been made to the Jews. The definitive, historic solution is the one proposed in this, The White Book. The purpose of this overview of the various proposals was to recall that the notion of a single state in Palestine has always been on the negotiating table.

The rejection of that solution is the cause of the tragedy experienced by the region today. The alternative to the one state solution is what we see before us today. He justified his refusal with the following facts, which, because of their critical nature, cannot be ignored: The West Bank is 50 km wide.

It a mountainous area, up to meters high. The presence of another party in the West Bank poses a direct threat to the Israeli heartland. It cannot therefore be accepted.

Israel would thus be exposed due to a lack of strategic depth in the face of any threat. This is in addition to fixed lines of defense in the south of the Gaza Strip. Any separation area between the Palestinians and the Israelis would not be source of security for Israeli. Those disputes have been essentially border disputes, despite the fact that some of them lasted for over years. The essence of the Israeli-Palestinian dispute differs from these, however.

It is a struggle between two movements, each of which believes that the same territory belongs to it or constitutes part of its national homeland.

Thus, the Palestinians believe that what is now called Israel forms part of their nation, even if they got the West Bank and Gaza. They see it as a part of their homeland, even if a Palestinian state were established there. For the Arabs, Professor Evneri continues, it is their land. They have ruled it as Arabs and Muslims since the 7th century. The majority of its inhabitants are Arab Muslims.

It forms part of the greater Arab homeland, stretching from the Gulf to the Atlantic Ocean. Thus, it is no different from Yemen or Iraq. He also notes that the Arabs call it Palestine or southern Syria. The Zionist Movement, by contrast, calls it the land of Israel. The compromise is the establishment of one state for all allowing each party to feel that they live in all the disputed land and that they are not deprived of any one part of it. Recognition of Palestinian self-determination means nothing more than the definition of the area of activity permitted them by Israel.

He opposes this solution because, in his opinion, it is not a solution at all. The establishment of a Palestinian state in the West Bank and the Gaza Strip, and was prepared to live in peace with Israel, even under a moderate leadership other than that of the Palestinian Liberation Organization PLO , would not be a real solution, either.

Such solution would not address the problem of refugees and repatriation, even if just to accommodate refugees from Lebanon in the West Bank and Gaza Strip. The area is simply too small to absorb such numbers. It will demand more. It will continue its struggle in order to achieve its further objectives. Acceptance of a state in the West Bank and Gaza Strip merely postpones the continuation of the struggle to a later stage.

Control and sovereignty over them is dubious and diluted. It would also force the Palestinians to concede the rest of Palestine. This statelet would be vulnerable to increasing interference in its domestic affairs by both Jordan and Israel. This would inevitably lead to violent conflict. That Zionist lecturer fears that an agreement to the exercise of self-determination would also have to apply to the so-called Israeli Arabs and to the Palestinians in Jordan.

It is not admissible that Jews, who were not originally inhabitants of Palestine, and whose ancestors were not originally inhabitants of the country, can be brought in from abroad, while Palestinians, who fled Palestine as refugees and displaced persons only a short time ago, following the war, are not accorded the same right. The Jews maintain that they did not expel the Palestinians.

They say that the Palestinians believed the propaganda claims and fled their homes.

Katz suggests that this is how the lie arose that the Jews forcibly expelled the Arabs from their villages. But they did not say that their flight was forced. That writer thus admits that an unusual phenomenon took place namely; that the inhabitants fled their homes.

He also admits that it took place on a large scale. He further acknowledges that it was a mass flight of farmers, who are traditionally strongly attached to their land.

The purpose of those extensive quotes is to emphasize two things. The first is to acknowledge that a mass exodus did take place.

The second is to make clear that the reasons for the exodus lay in the propagation of frightening and false rumors about massacres that never in fact took place, in particular the infamous events reported to have occurred in the village of Deir Yassin. These quotes, testimonies and the evidence they contain, are but a few of a vast body of knowledge about the subject. They are included in is this White Book, with the purpose of enabling us to benefit from them in our quest for a definitive solution, The testimonies of Zionist leaders, academics and neutral observers serve to establish the following: First, that Palestinians inhabited this land and that they owned farms and homes there until and Secondly, that they left this land in , leaving their farms and homes, for fear of massacres, irrespective of whether these massacres actually happened or not.

Thirdly, that prominent leaders and academics in the Zionist movement, including individuals who participated in the conflict, testify that the Jews did not expel the Palestinians from Palestine, not from their farms, nor from their homes.

In fact, the Palestinians believed the terrible rumors circulating and, terrified, left Palestine. Fourthly, that those who left formed a large group, that the exodus was on a significant scale. This is positive — it will assist us in solving the problem.

The Jews, therefore, do not hate the Palestinians.

They do not want to expel the Palestinians from their land, Palestine. They did not decide to massacre them, as the rumors suggest. Even the massacre at Deir Yassin did not take place. In fact, it was the non-Palestinian Arabs who attacked Palestine and declared war on the Jews.

Government should eliminate such exploitation. Ideally, everyone should have only one house, because if a given party has more than one property, they will be inclined to rent it, thereby exploiting their renters. Again, such income should not be realized as wages paid by an owner, but as the result of partnership in an industry. In general, the economy is a zero-sum game , and components of the economy should therefore be distributed equally among all, to produce equality of outcome.

No one has the right to save for themselves beyond their own needs, except up to their own arithmetic share of a given good among the whole population. The economic model already sketched can also be applied to their situation.

Of these, the nation is a central unit, held together by nationalism. Just as the sun would dissipate without gravity, nations dissipate without national unity. Opposed to these is the artificial modern construct of the state , distinct from a nation. The various human social units are decreasingly important to individuals on a personal level, as their size increases.

They also ensure the socialization of their individuals, an education more useful than a school education. The reason why states and empires change and fall is because of their incongruence with authentic nations. However, sexual dimorphism gives rise to gender roles which are natural and appropriate to the differences between the sexes.

Freedom consists in following nature, specifically in women having the ability to raise families without being forced by society to seek work which is suitable only for men. Either way, their rights must be protected. Education should be made available in whatever fashion people wish to engage with it. Artistic and cultural tastes are influenced by differences in language, and the former imprint themselves "on the genes " of the individual.

People should engage in sports directly, deriving the benefits of athletics for themselves, rather than standing by and watching others perform. Reception[ edit ] The examples and perspective in this section deal primarily with US and European academics and do not represent a worldwide view of the subject.

You may improve this section , discuss the issue on the talk page , or create a new article , as appropriate. Ambassador David Mack called the book quite jumbled, with various ideas including "a fair amount of xenophobia" wrapped up in "strange mixture".He justified his refusal with the following facts, which, because of their critical nature, cannot be ignored: The West Bank is 50 km wide.

He embroiled Libya in a disastrous armed conflict in Chad that resulted in the deaths of between 8, to 10, Libyan troops.

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Where would they go? That Zionist lecturer fears that an agreement to the exercise of self-determination would also have to apply to the so-called Israeli Arabs and to the Palestinians in Jordan.

All these proposals were rejected for non-substantive reasons; for example, dissatisfaction with the size of the areas or towns awarded to one side, differences over the duration of the British mandate, or matters relating to the number of immigrants. The victorious revolutionaries were young, naive, and unprepared to rule.