Gideon Sa'ar: Abandon the Oslo concept in favor of an Israeli victory

July 5, 2018 10:51
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Former cabinet minister Gideon Sa'ar addressed possible solutions to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict at a conference held at Jerusalem's Menachem Begin Heritage Center on Thursday.

"The only way to a possible solution in the future is to find a way to tie the Palestinian autonomy in Judea and Samaria with the Kingdom of Jordan," Sa'ar said. "The 'victory paradigm,' like Jabotinsky's 'Iron Wall' concept, assumes that an agreement may be possible in the future, but only after a clear and decisive Israeli victory... The transition to the 'victory paradigm' is contingent upon abandoning the Oslo concept of two states between the sea and the Jordan River."

Sa'ar is a former education and interior minister who served as a member of the Knesset for the Likud Party.

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