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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordie View Post
    Yet Israel still exist and is doing relatively well.
    Israelis love to argue among themselves they always seem to postpone suicide.
    With more rocket attacks. Withdrawing from Judea and Samaria means that the central region will be under rocket attacks. American taxpayers will have to pay for more Iron Domes and interceptors. I don't think that you want to pay for it...

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    Israel can not withdraw from the WB without a political agreement and very serious security guarantees.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camera View Post
    Israel can not withdraw from the WB without a political agreement and very serious security guarantees.
    Who will give us these guarantees? Sending U.N soldiers is not a good guarantee...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camera View Post
    What will happen if the Palestinians take control of Jordan?
    That won't resolve in any way the problem of the WB and the conflict with the Palestinian will continue. Besides, Jordan will become an hostile neighbor.
    If Jordan became a Palestinian state then the West Bank could be divided without the issue of the Palestinians needing sustainable borders (as they'll have all the land they need east of the Jordan River) or the PA could become a special administrive area.

    If Jordan is ruled by the Palestinians and becomes an hostile state, she might contribute actively to arm the WB and to deteriorate the security there. She might also ally in the future with other powers - Iraq or Iran - and revive the concerns of an Eastern front that disappeared long ago.
    That`s a possible scenerio yet I'm still of the opinion that such a situation would be simpler to counter and pose less of a diplomatic headache.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUSHROOM123 View Post
    Who will give us these guarantees? Sending U.N soldiers is not a good guarantee...
    No.
    The Palestinian state should be demilitarized. Israel should maintain military presence along the Jordan Valley and in some other strategic point and should control the combined airspace

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camera View Post
    No.
    The Palestinian state should be demilitarized. Israel should maintain military presence along the Jordan Valley and in some other strategic point and should control the combined airspace
    Give the name of the "Palestinian" that will accept that Israel will maintain a military presence.

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    http://www.timesofisrael.com/abbas-i...tting-pa-rule/

    Abbas says Netanyahu is denying the PA the capacity to govern

    Palestinian president calls for NATO troops to replace IDF in West Bank


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    Quote Originally Posted by MUSHROOM123 View Post
    With more rocket attacks. Withdrawing from Judea and Samaria means that the central region will be under rocket attacks. American taxpayers will have to pay for more Iron Domes and interceptors. I don't think that you want to pay for it...
    Israel been through much worst.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camera View Post
    Israel can not withdraw from the WB without a political agreement and very serious security guarantees.
    On equal terms and balanced concessions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUSHROOM123 View Post
    Give the name of the "Palestinian" that will accept that Israel will maintain a military presence.
    Where's the Israeli concession?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Camera View Post
    No.
    The Palestinian state should be demilitarized.
    Israel be demilitarized as well.

    It's only fair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EITAN88 View Post
    If Jordan became a Palestinian state then the West Bank could be divided without the issue of the Palestinians needing sustainable borders (as they'll have all the land they need east of the Jordan River) or the PA could become a special administrive area.



    That`s a possible scenerio yet I'm still of the opinion that such a situation would be simpler to counter and pose less of a diplomatic headache.
    Let's be realistic. The MB are a strong political force in Jordan. If the King falls, Israel won't find itself with a neighbor that will wish to endorse this kind of perspectives.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordie View Post
    Israel been through much worst.
    Thank you for complimenting or resilience but we still like the idea of not having rockets fired at our homes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MUSHROOM123 View Post
    Give the name of the "Palestinian" that will accept that Israel will maintain a military presence.
    I don't know him. If he's not born yet, the status quo should be maintained.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordie View Post
    On equal terms and balanced concessions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ordie View Post
    Where's the Israeli concession?
    Quote Originally Posted by Ordie View Post
    Israel be demilitarized as well.

    It's only fair.

    Who controls the ground at the present? Who will give "land for peace"?
    These are the concessions.

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