MILLER: Israel Victory Project Is A New Initiative To Resolve The Arab-Israeli Conflict

Daily Wire | 6/12/2019 | Staff
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Chief Palestinian-Arab negotiator Saeb Erekat revealed in a candid interview that Israel’s then-prime minister, Ehud Olmert, had offered Palestinian Authority president Mahmoud Abbas in 2008 more land than he had asked for in an attempt by Israel to exchange land for peace. Despite the inducement, and Erekat’s urging Abbas to accept it, Abbas said no.

This was the same response Arafat had given to Ehud Barak at Camp David some eight years earlier, to the amazement of then-President Bill Clinton.

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Throughout the various attempts to create a Jewish state alongside an Arab state, the Arabs have had one response: No.

For those who still cling to the notion that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict can be resolved by some exchange of land for peace, neither the failed Oslo Accords, the disaster of Gaza, nor the klepto-tyranny that has emerged in Judea and Samaria will dissuade them.

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Far too many Western diplomats think that the solution to the Palestinian-Arab problem is to be found in the paradigm of labor relations. That conveniently ignores that neither the workers nor the managers in the West want to destroy the steel mill — unlike the situation with the Palestinians, whose raison d'etre is the destruction of Israel.

There is one way for this problem to be solved, and that is through victory. That is the thinking outside the box of the Middle East Forum’s Israel Victory Project. It seeks this victory not as a WWII devastation, but as a reassertion of Israel’s policy of deterrence as practiced from 1948 to 1993. That policy would be engaged on multiple fronts, including economic and diplomatic.

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The Israel Victory Project’s greatest asset is its focus on moving away from the farcical “peace process,” which has made life worse for both Israelis and Palestinians alike. The “peace process” has sacrificed another generation of Palestinians to the...
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