nomadski wrote:Gaza was originally Egyptian territory , given over to Palestinians . Gaza , in present state is not habitable or sanitary . Gaza , even if rebuilt to original specifications and population , is not a viable territory . A one state solution is not possible now . A two state solution , even if possible now , is improbable , given the small size of available territories and scant resources , and ongoing conflict . There are already five million Palestinian refugees in the world . Many given the choice , will not go back . The Arab and Muslim states will not enter into direct war with Israel , at least for now . The immediate problem is of saving Gaza citizen from Genocide . I think the only solution is for Egypt to reclaim Gaza territory and open border . It means stationing troops around Gaza . Palestinians then temporarily moved out into camps in Sinai , if they wanted . The building of Gaza will take twenty years ! The Palestinians could be given dual citizenship in Arab and Muslim states . They would retain the right of return to a viable future homeland , however it is established .
Gaza is a symbol for the resistance and the historical Palestinian land and it should remains like that .
If Egypt reclaimed Gaza it will be Egyptian territory and no resistance activities will be allowed as there is a peace treaty , this is actually what israel needs .
They would retain the right of return to a viable future homeland , however it is established
Israel will never allow the diaspora people to return back as this will completely change the demographic shape of the state .