Jordan is part of Greater Israel

‘What’s the Alternative?’ MK Orlev: Jordan is Palestine
by Hillel Fendel

(IsraelNN.com) Asked to present his alternative to the “two-state” Israel-Palestine option, MK Zevulun Orlev (Jewish Home) says, “The Arabs of the Palestinian Authority already have a state – Jordan.”

Speaking with Arutz-7 on Tuesday, Orlev – the Chairman of the Knesset Education Committee – said, “The basis for every plan is our right to the Land of Israel, halakhically, historically, etc. In the present situation, however, we must see how we make the most of the situation – and not go for ‘all or nothing.’ There is no question that we cannot expel all of the Arabs who currently live in Judea and Samaria, and so the question is how do we deal with the given situation.”

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Jordan is the Arab-occupied East Bank of the Jordan River, part of the Promised Land of Israel that awaits liberation and annexation. Why should Israelis be willing to sell any part of their biblical inheritance down the river?

Doesn’t MK Zevulun Orlev have enough common sense to know that the same hostile “Palestinian” spirit that pollutes dismembered parts of the Promised Land of Israel, Judea and Samaria, would possess the Arab-occupied Jordan? Where is his vision? Where is his faith?

It’s not only possible, it’s absolutely necessary for Israel to enforce peace through strength and expel their sworn enemies, as Meir Kahane reminded the nation the Law of Moses instructs: They must go. This is the alternative to the lying visions of peace, the alternative to all the failed “peace” plans that enable the bloody war of attrition to continue.

“…if you will it, it is no dream…” -Herzl

“…And if not now, when?” – Hillel

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