Likud MK writes in ‘NY Times’ op-ed that Israel should annex settlements, halt aid if Palestinians change W. Bank, Gaza status unilaterally.
MK Danny Danon (Likud) wrote on Thursday that if the Palestinian Authority acts unilaterally to change the status of the West Bank and Gaza Strip through the UN this September, then Israel “too, is no longer bound by its contents and is freed to take unilateral action.”
In an op-ed piece in The New York Times, Danon explained that if the Palestinian Authority moves to get UN recognition of a Palestinian state within 1967 borders without negotiations with Israel, then Israel would in turn be free to halt aid to the Palestinians, annex the Jewish and uninhabited areas of the West Bank.
As a first move, Danon said, Israel would stop security and diplomatic assistance to the Palestinians as well as the transfer of tax revenues, “upwards of $1 billion per year” permanently. The Likud MK added that “this alone could threaten the very existence of the Palestinian Authority.
Source: Jerusalem Post
The question should be:
Why did Israel not annexed Judea and Samaria after these areas was liberated in 1967?
Why have 300.000 Jews been excluded from being a part of the state of Israel?
Few Christian Friends of Israel are aware of the fact, that Judea and Samaria is governed by emergency military rule. The secular government in Israel never believed in and used Biblical Zionism, that Judea and Samaria is Jewish land. If they had, these two Jewish districts would already have been made a fully legalized part of the state of Israel.
If Israel had followed the Word of God, there would not have been a political and military crisis around this issue. The Mountains of Zion would have become a fully integrated part of Israel 46 years ago. It was God who gave the Jews a bright military victory in the 1967. The Jews failed to obey Him. Now liberated Jewish land are in danger of being surrendered to Islam.
As long as Israeli civil laws are not valid on the so-called West bank, the Arabs can claim these areas to be “occupied”. Because before 1967, these areas were governed by the Kingdom of Jordan.
Now, the International community demands that Israel shall surrender these areas. The pressure on Israel is massive, and the lack of civil rule in these area has become Israel’s doom. There seems to be no other options than to give into pressure, and sign some kind of “peace agreement” with the Arab Palestinians.
Written by Ivar