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June 26, 1987 - Image 39

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involve the emotion-fraught
issues of territorial concession
or stoppage of Jewish settle-
ment, and it leaves most
problems of the Arab-Jewish
relationship in the area to be
worked out amicably as they
arise.
Dayan did not want Israeli
sovereignty imposed in per-
petuity on the Arabs but,
equally, he did not want a
Palestinian state and he did not
contemplate any cession of
territory. He realized that Jew
and Arab have to live side-by-
side in a very narrow space. On
one side, he saw the Jewish
state — Israel including
Jerusalem; on the other, the
Arab state — Jordan. "In that
area in between," he told
Shipler, "we have to live
together, but not to impose one
on the other. We should have
our forces somewhere there too,
to defend Israel, but not in
order to interfere with their
[the Arabs'] life. On top of the
hills we'll have early warning
stations, something like that.
"We shall pull out the
military administration,
saying, 'Gentlemen, you are on
your own, and unless you turn
over your place to the P.L.O. so
that it becomes a base for
attack against Israel, then we
will stay out of your life! We
should do it unilaterally."
Dayan was not seeking or
offering a permanent solution.
What Dayan envisaged was a
transition period of
undetermined duration during
which the two peoples would,
with the friction of the military
occupation removed, learn to
coexist with each other
peacefully. He was concerned
with people, not territorial
boundaries. He wanted Jewish
settlements in Judea and
Samaria, asserting that "in the
West Bank and in the Gaza
Strip we should live together,
without us pushing them and
without us ruling them!'
He would offer the Pales-
tinians freedom of choice. "I
personally would put it," he told
Shipler: "I'll not come unless
you ask me nicely and twice. So
if you don't want Israeli doctors,
if you don't want Hadassah,
God bless you. We have enough
patients of our own. If you don't
want to work in Israel, you
don't have to, if you can be
better paid in Jordan or on your
own. If you do want our experts
of the Ministry of Agriculture
to work with you about how to
grow, under plastic, off-season
vegetables and fruits . . . we
are ready to cooperate. But if
you're not, and either you want
to use the Jordanian expert or
you want to go your own way,
by all means, please yourself!'
Realistic Palestinians, Dayan
held, knew they could not get
a state by military means and
must be asking themselves:
"Are we better off with the
Israeli military administration,
or would we be closer to our
goal if we had our own council?"

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While each case must be examined on an in-
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