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Sunday, March 05, 2006

"We have a pressing engagement; the war. Move inland."

DICHTER REVEALS OLMERT’S MAJOR EXPULSION PLAN


(IsraelNN.com) Former Shin Bet director, Avi Dichter, who is vying for a Kadima Party Knesset seat, over the weekend revealed Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert’s master expulsion plan.

Speaking to a Holon audience, Dichter spoke of the Kadima leader’s plan, the removal of most of the Jewish communities throughout Judea and Samaria.

According to Olmert, the plan provides for a number of major settlement blocs and a small number of secondary settlement blocs, but most of the existing communities will be uprooted and their residents ousted. Olmert feels that without a Palestinian Authority (PA) partner, he is compelled to act unilaterally, following the example of his predecessor, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon.

Explaining “there is no Palestinian partner,” Dichter added the disengagement will be different than Gaza, modeling after the northern Samaria expulsion where Israel continues maintaining security in the evacuated areas. Dichter stated that while civilians will be removed from the areas cited, the military presence would continue until such time the Palestinian Authority (PA) exhibits a willingness and an ability to combat terror and implement law and order.

Major settlement blocs will include Maale Adumim, Ariel, Gush Etzion and the Jordan Valley. Secondary blocs will include Hevron/Kiryat Arba, Ofra & Beit El, and Karnei Shomron & Kedumim.

Communities slated for removal include; In the Benjamin Council - Eli, Shilo, N’vei Tzuf, Psagot, Maale Michmas, and Maale Levonah.

In Samaria Council and northern Samaria - Itamar, Yitzhar, Elon Moreh, Har Bracha, Avnei Chafetz, Kedumim, Mevo Dotan, Hermesh and Tapuach.

In eastern Gush Etzion – Tekoa, Nokdim (El-David), Maale Amos and Metzad.

In southern Judea – Adora, P’nei! Hever, Main, Susia, Otniel, Neguhot, and Mitzpei Shalem.

Other communities include Kedar and Beit HaAravah in the Maale Adumim region.



Scary thought. I for some reason don't belive this time will go as quietly and smoothly (sic) as the last time.

Why is it that we have reached a point in time that Jews are treating Jews worse than our enemies would?

It seems the only way to stop this or even slow this process if by hoping that the "real" right gets more support during the elections this month and hopefully kadima wont be able to stand on its own.

J.


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4 Comments:

At 7:00 PM, March 05, 2006, Blogger Datingmaster, Jerusalem said...

thsi makes my blood boil-the politicans are our worst nightmare

 
At 7:06 PM, March 05, 2006, Blogger westbankmama said...

If the IDF is going to still be there, than presumably the Arabs will still scream "occupation"! So what is the point of spending billions of shekels in compensation, stirring up the whole country again, and ruining thousands of Jews' lives?

 
At 9:50 AM, March 07, 2006, Blogger Jack's Shack said...

It is an uncomfortable thought, not at all pleasant.

 
At 1:55 AM, March 10, 2006, Blogger aliyah06 said...

Hmmmm... how about this? It has nothing to do with the presence or lack of a 'peace partner." It has everything to do with grabbing and holding on to political power, therefore the planned Next Unilateral Withdrawal is really designed to appease the Center-Left Israeli populace who votes, and often votes knee-jerk-like against anything the Orthodox and/or Right wants. The country has evolved from a nation led by left-wing socialist athiests to a country led more and more by observant Jews and Hesder graduates who are moving up the political and military food chain to command positions. This scares the Left/Liberal/Socialist policy wonks and leadership, whose own children are so often draft dodgers, multi-cultural, post-Zionist anti-Israel wusses. The Left can't look to their own Next Generation to lead the nation, and look with horror on the idea of religious Jews having a majority voice in decision-making. So they pander to the Center-Left illusion that surrendering more land will give us Peace.

 

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