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December 29, 1989 - Image 47

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-12-29

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FOUR DILLION

FiriCMCIO1

•-•

Rather than being attracted
to an independent West Bank
* and Gaza state, Israeli Arabs
— increasingly identifying as
Palestinians and a majority
in the Galilee — will be the
magnet for that statelet.
Israeli Arabs might not go to
"Palestine," but Arab politics
•, could compel "Palestine" to

come to them.
Israel, many argue, is a
regional military power
•-- which can afford to trade
most of the territories and re-
ly on its "qualitative edge"
against Syria or any combina-
tion of potential Arab
enemies. Paradoxically,
Israel's current military
, . might is deployed across its
current strategic depth — in-
cluding the territories.
Without borders expanded
well beyond the pre-1967 con-
straints, how will Israel
deploy its modern armor?
Vertically?
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How will it maintain the air
superiority over the West
Bank and Gaza Strip neces-
sary to ensure mobilization of
its civilian army? Through in-
ternational guarantees like
those which failed in 1956
and 1967? Through the cour-

tesy of "Palestine?" Or
• United Nations observers?
And what happens to Israel's

military edge when demili-
tarized "Palestine" invites
Iraqi forces in to protect it
from Israeli provocations, or
from Syrian threats?
Questions such as these
caused Aharon Levran (Brig.
Gen., Ret.) to break with
colleagues, including Gazit,
at the Jaffee Center for
Strategic Studies when they
concluded that, difficulties
notwithstanding, Israel even-

tually would have to deal
with a West Bank and Gaza
▪ state.
"Palestine," tiny and un-
stable, will find a hinterland,
either in Jordan or Israel.
Therefore, as Ambassador
•• Alan Keyes has said, Israel
cannot be left with sole
▪ responsibility for solving the
problem of Palestinian Arab
self-determination.
It is not the "Jordanian op-
. tion" which is dead but the
"Hashemite option." When
Palestinian Arab self-
determination on part of the
*
West Bank and Gaza rests on
Palestinian control of the
East Bank of Jordan, Aral

— Palestine may be big enough
geographically and politically
0 to meet the security needs of
Jewish Palestine. Then coex-
istence through a "two-state
solution" could be possible. 0 -

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