Yisrael Beytenu leader MK Avigdor Liberman commented on the continued hostilities in Gaza and declared that the Oslo Accords could be considered defunct.
"The 30-year-long Oslo experiment, in which we paid a heavy price in human lives, has come to its end," he wrote.
"The recent events have proved beyond all doubt that a serial Holocaust denier, and someone who refused to denounce the October 7th massacre with even a single word, neither can nor should rule in Judea and Samaria, or the Gaza Strip."
"We must say the truth: Two states for two peoples, a Palestinian nation, and giving the Gaza Strip to Abbas, are all dangerous fantasies that have cost us too high a price."
"Anyone who wants a lasting solution and stability must understand that Judea and Samaria will only ever be stable if Jordan takes responsibility for the Palestinian territories there, and Egypt takes responsibility for the Gaza Strip," he added.
"Of course, they have displayed no desire to do so, but if we insist and be both forceful and persistent in this matter, and use all our leverage against Egypt and Jordan, including Washington - it is not impossible. It is certainly much better than the current plan of two states for two peoples."