Israeli Palestinians foresee future – a bad one for Israel

Posted: May 16, 2009 by Jonathan Boyko in Israel, Israeli Palestinians, Palestinians

Sheikh Raed Salah

DURING NAKBA DEMONSTRATION this Friday, vice chairman of the Islamic Movement in Israeli north foresaw grave future for Israel, asserting the state would be destroyed as soon as Palestinian state will be established (emphasis mine):

"The Zionist sun will set as soon as the sun of the Islamist state rises," Sheikh Kamal Hatib, vice-chairman of the Islamic Movement in Israel’s northern branch, said Friday during an event marking the 61st anniversary of the Nakba – or the "catastrophe" of Israel’s inception and the subsequent displacement of hundreds of thousands of Palestinians.

Muhammad Zedan, chairman of the Higher Arab Monitoring Committee, said in his speech that "this is our land. We will either live here in bliss or die as shahids (martyrs) on this land. This is what we’ve learned from the little children in Gaza who died as shahids.

"This year we celebrated during the ‘Jerusalem – capital of Arabic culture for 2009’ events, and we hope that next year we will be celebrating in Jerusalem, the capital of the Palestinian state; our capital," [Islamic Movement Chairman Sheikh Raed] Salah said.

"We are the ones who will remain on our land; it is the occupation that will soon disappear."

It is clear peace will not be achieved between Israel and Palestinian any time soon. As bad as it might look, in order to achieve real peace, there will have to be transfer of populations – from West Bank into Israel and vice versa. The fact is, that the two people should not live together if real peace is to be achieved.

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