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Is Benjamin Netanyahu repeating a historical tragedy?

Is Benjamin Netanyahu repeating a historical tragedy?

Do they not see that the bigotry that once caused Europe is now ruling the Israeli government? The author of the article asks. Pictured: Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in December last year.

Open letter to Foreign Minister Espen Barth Eide (AFP).

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On January 4, The Daily Telegraph reported that Benjamin Netanyahu's government in Israel Work started To achieve the “voluntary migration”, as it is called, of Palestinians to the Congo.

A source in the government security committee believes that this is the last solution? Should we ask – about the situation of the Palestinians? Gaza will be depopulated and then repopulated by the Israelis. Large parts of the Strip are uninhabitable.

Rumors proposed by Israeli architects Israeli holiday homes along the coast Currently unconfirmed.

The lack of land that can “accommodate” the Palestinians

Prime Minister Netanyahu told a crowd from his Likud party that he is now working in this direction. He said, according to what was reported by the Telegraph newspaper: “Our problem is finding countries ready to absorb the Palestinians.”

The ultra-Orthodox religious parties led by Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich and Defense Minister Itamar Ben Gvir (convicted of terrorism) have expressed their support for the plan.

If these plans come to fruition, we will face a state of ethnic cleansing unparalleled in modern history (with the possible exception of the behavior of Serbs in Kosovo and Bosnia during the Yugoslav wars of the 1990s).

There have been protests, including from the USA, but it is underestimated that the USA, through its massive military support for Israel, is partly responsible for this policy.

New Madagascar plan?

The historical parallel now presents itself with terrible force.

In 1937, the Polish government proposed transporting Polish Jews to Madagascar. The following year, the Nazis ledstars The likes of Stürmer, Göring, Ribbentrop, and Himmler argued that European Jews should be deported to the French colony of Madagascar.

The intention was clear: the Jews would die quickly there. In the spring of 1940, when French defeat was imminent, the plans had a tangible result. Only when the Royal Navy gained full control of the world's oceans were the plans shelved, and the slums of Poland became the new 'solution'.

In 1938, a conference was held in France to gather support for these deportation plans. Many countries other than Nazi Germany supported this.

Let Israel hold a new conference for Madagascar!

I have a proposal for the current Israeli government: call a conference and revive the Madagascar Plan. Now the seas are open again. This is a pattern that Benjamin Netanyahu can learn from. This is where the final solution to the Palestinian problem can be found. His government is all over the place with deportation plans.

The Nazis also talked about “voluntary” immigration (Eichmann was a master of this and good at finances). In a great example of Orwellian “news language,” these extremists in Israel talk about “voluntary” departure.

Don't they see the company they ended up in? Do they not see that the bigotry that once caused Europe is now ruling the Israeli government?

What is the position of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs?

I would like to publicly call on Foreign Minister Espen Barth Eide to summon the Israeli ambassador in Oslo to the Foreign Ministry to answer the following questions:

  • Is the ambassador aware of these statements? What is his view of them? Do they represent positions within Israel's senior leadership now? Will the embassy explain this complex issue to the public in Norway?
  • Eddy should say: The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs asks the embassy to convey to the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs the Norwegian government’s concern regarding developments in the war in Gaza and the positions that seem to be now spreading in official circles about what will happen after the war. End of war. Norway provides the answer.
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