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      Op-Ed: My Ad in the Harvard Crimson:1 State West of the Jordan

      Published: Friday, April 27, 2012 3:06 PM
      Harvard wouldn't let the writer speak at their One State West of the Jordan Conference because his state was the Jewish one, so he purchased an ad in their newspaper for Israel's birthday. Kudos to a proud Zionist Harvard alumnus.


      This ad appears in the Harvard Crimson today:               

      Students at Harvard  should know that there are actually three solutions to the Arab-Israeli conflict. 

      First there is a "one [Arab majority] state" solution, in which the Jewish Israelis would become unwelcome guests in their own National Home, and the Jews in the Diaspora, such as in Toulouse, lose the only place on earth they could go to and not be in a minority. 

      The second is a "two state [temporary] solution" in which the interim solution would result in the loss of much Jewish and Christian heritage and in the long run would end up as the one [Arab majority] state solution. 

      The third is  one lawful Jewish state  based on the San Remo Agreement of 1920 that established the British Mandate for Palestine.  It granted the Jews exclusive collective political rights to Palestine, in trust, to vest when the Jews had attained a population majority.

      These three solutions are outlined at: http://israelagainstterror.blogspot.com/2012/03/salubrius-three-possible.html

      The details of the San Remo agreement are also on line in a two part op ed that can be seen at:

      Part 1: /Articles/Article.aspx/11408

      Part 2: /Articles/Article.aspx/11412

      Debunking the Palestine Lie"  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O7ByJb7QQ9U

      It is likely that HLS Professor Alan Dershowitz will sponsor a conference at Harvard on a two state temporary solution.  Will he permit discussion of the third option at his conference?  

      The three solutions are like the three legs of a stool.  With only the first two, it will appear that you will get strong arguments in favor of both, but not much balance. Here is a critical review  of the two state temporary solution:   http://israelagainstterror.blogspot.com/2012/03/remember-quraysh.html  

      Also, it would be helpful to look at what Dr. Daniel Pipes has uncovered about Yassir Arafat and the treaty of Hudibyah, a two-tribe solution that went sour.  http://www.danielpipes.org/316/al-hudaybiya-and-lessons-from-the-prophet-muhammads and

      http://www.danielpipes.org/blog/1999/09/arafat-and-the-treaty-of-hudaybiya-updates

      If Harvard is a free and open marketplace of ideas, demand a conference where all three solutions are discussed by genuine proponents and opponents.

       

      Wallace Edward Brand, HLS '57    webrand@cox.net