We are happy to see that the topic of the application of Israeli Sovereignty over Judea and Samaria is catching on in the national camp.
The debate is no more about "what should be done" but rather: "how should Sovereignty be applied"?
A fascinating debate is taking place about this, especially as to the question of what to do with the Arabs after Israel applies sovereignty over Judea and Samaria. At our Sovereignty Conference this past January we held a special panel debating this very question with four speakers who all call for the application of Sovereignty but represent four different views as to what to do with the Arabs after Sovereignty is applied, ranging from giving citizenship to the Arabs (Caroline Glick), to giving them autonomy (Adv Elyakim Haetzni), to voting rights in Jordan (Prof. Arieh Eldad) to the solution of compensation-evacuation (Dr. Martin Sherman).
In the Hebrew Makor Rishon newspaper a similar debate is taking place after editor Uri Elitzur made waves two weeks ago when he called for the application of sovereignty and the giving of full citizenship to the Arabs. Ben Dror Yemini and others disagreed with him and wrote articles answering him.
A few days ago we presented to you Zahava Englard's article (at Magic City) talking about the need to apply sovereignty and as a result give the Arabs citizenship. Today we present you with Dr Martin Sherman's article (at Magic City Morning Star News). Martin Sherman also calls for the application of sovereignty but opposes the idea of giving citizenship to the Arabs.
We will continue to spread different articles discussing the different aspects of the one and only sane plan for Israel: the application of Israeli Sovereignty over Judea and Samaria.
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