Lieberman's “solution” : Palestinians will be forced to live on 13% of their original land
The Israeli Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman, known for his controversial stance advocating the 'transfer' of Palestinians with Israeli citizenship, has drafted his own map to “solve” the Israel-Palestine conflict, in which all land taken from the Palestinians by Israeli brute force would be allowed to remain in Israeli hands, leaving Palestinians with several non-contiguous land reservations made up of 13% of their original land, and refugees would be denied their internationally recognized right of return.
Lieberman has previously come under fire for calling on the Israeli government to forcibly remove the 1 million Palestinians with Israeli citizenship from Israel, and has stated that these one million people would have to move to any future Palestinian state, and have their Israeli citizenship revoked. In his announcement Saturday of a “solution” for the conflict, he did not mention what would happen to this population of people, but implied that they would be forced to move.
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