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tellectuals" that Israel was
strong enough to handle a
PLO state, and Yassir
Arafat's announcement that
he would accept a two-state
solution.
From this point, said
Podhoretz, it became in-
evitable that Israel would
withdraw in favor of a PLO
state. Eventually, this state
was used as a base to wipe out
Israel. From the 21st century,
wrote Podhoretz, "what
torments us most is the blood
of complicity on our own
Jewish hands . . . Many of us
have become convinced that
dissension among the Jews
played a central part in the
destruction of Israel."

PLO State
Called 'Trap'
By Paper

Another foe of a Palestinian
state was the Washington
Post's' Charles Krauthammer,
who wrote in an op-ed that a
PLO state is "a trap" because
of its "inevitable [economic
and political] instability."
The West Bank, said
Krauthammer, "will become
the locus of murderous con-
flict between PLO factions,
each backed by an Arab

To ensure its viability, said
Krauthammer, a West Bank
state would have to expand
into Israel and Jordan. The
resulting "turmoil" would
"invite intervention" from
such states as Syria and Iraq.
And these nations, "im-
placably opposed" to Israel's
existence 'and possessing
"huge" tank armies, would
then wage a war for the "final
liberation of Palestine."
Krauthammer urged a
"transition period during
which each side can
demonstrate to the other its
bone fides." He also backed
Yitzhak Shamir's proposal of
free elections on the West
Bank to produce an in-
Palestinian
digenous
authority.
negotiating
Krauthammer dismissed
Palestinians' attacks that
Israel cannot hold honest
elections on the West Bank.
"No one," he said, disputes
the honesty of 1976's
municipal elections on the
West Bank. And Palestinian
"propagandists . . . never
hesitate" to use data from
polls to prove West Bankers'
loyalty to the PLO. But "an
opinion poll is an open bal-
lot," said Krauthammer.

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