While the Prime Minister continues to futilely attack the Jewish Home party, further down on the Likud list, Moshe Feiglin (officially no longer Netanyahu’s ‘rival’) has the right idea. Feiglin says we should take the money we are spending on the ‘two-state solution’ and use it to pay the ‘Palestinians’ to leave Judea and Samaria. That’s right out of Rabbi Meir Kahane’s HY”D book. And you won’t believe how much we can afford to pay: $500,000 per family (Hat Tip: Sunlight).
Despite the Likud campaign’s instruction not to give interviews, Moshe Feiglin, continued to make controversial statements during a conference call in Jerusalem on Tuesday.
Women in Green, held a conference today attended by several Likud officials. Among the discussions were talks of ways to impose operational Israeli sovereignty beyond the Green Line.
Feiglin, who earlier on Tuesday was arrested by police after trying to pray on the Temple Mount, proposed paying Palestinians to leave the Palestinian controlled West Bank.
“The State of Israel is paying 10 percent of its Gross Domestic Product every year for the two-state solution and the Oslo Accords. Israel is paying for separation fences, iron domes and a guard at each coffee shop. Soon we will have to place iron domes at each school in Tel Aviv.
With this budget we can give every Palestinian family in West Bank, $500,000 to encourage migration to a place with a better future. Western nations are declining due to low birth rates, so they will surely be accepted into the West. The question is whether the world will want Sudanese migrants, who cannot build or Palestinians who know how to build.
Surveys conducted in Gaza and the West Bank show that 80 percent of the Palestinians in Gaza and 65 percent of the Palestinians in the West Bank want to emigrate. Here we have the perfect solution,” Feiglin said.
Yes, yes, yes. Let’s send them all to Europe!
And if the Likud wants to gain some of those votes back from Jewish Home, it’s not Feiglin they have to keep quiet: It’s Netanyahu and his gang of Leftists.
By the way, if you want to see more about Rabbi Kahane’s original proposals, go here.