“We must expel Arabs and take their places,” David Ben Gurion, first prime minister of the Zionist entity.
“There needs to be an opening of the crossing to allow the flow of people and goods in both directions,” Baroness Catherine Ashton, Chief of EU Foreign Policy, said yesterday at a news conference with Fatah prime minister Salam Fayyad.
Well, Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, a radical Jew – has a surprise for Catherine Ashton. Like the several previous Israeli ‘great deals’ – Lieberman, too, has come up with a new great deal, which he plans to present to her next week. Lieberman is proposing to lift Israeli blockade of Gaza Strip and even allow the 1.5 million residents of Gaza to build their own power plant and desalination plant to end their dependence on the Zionist entity for electricity and water. In return, he wants the EU countries to do Israel’s laundry – patrol the international waters and make sure that Hamas government doesn’t receive any military assistance from Israel’s enemies (too many to count on fingers!). All this work would be done, as usual, by the international donors.
So much for Jewish carrot, eh! So where is the ‘stick’ in Lieberman’s proposal? Israel will close its borders with Gaza Strip entirely, which means there would not be a future chance of Gaza and the West Bank being united under the so-called “two-state solution” with East Jerusalem its capital.
Islamic Resistance, Hamas, knowing the cunning nature of the Zionist leaders, has rejected Lieberman’s ‘great deal’. Hamas spokesmen Sami Abu-Zuhri said Hamas was opposed to dividing the Gaza Strip from the West Bank.
“We will not allow the occupation to evade its legal responsiblity as long as it continues to occupy Palestinian land. Gaza is a part of Palestinian homeland and we reject its disengagement from the rest of the homeland,” he said.