borders and limits

2-State Solution for Israel?

This UN Resolution for Israel has the right motives

but it will create another problem.

it appears that this resolution was fast-tracked,

meaning to say it is being done in  haste.

In so many times I did mention in this site

that the crux of the problem is this:

the UN created the state of Israel

right smack dab in the land of Palestine

without defining its borders.

As a result, Israel continues to expand its area

via the construction of settlements for Israel.

In time, the region which the Palestinians

 claim as their territory is getting smaller

because Israel continues to build settlements.

The Un hesitated to approve the creation of

a Palestinian state.

Oftentimes it

throws the problem backstage.

This new resolution attempts to compensate for the

neglect of the Palestinian problem

but its approval still does not prevent

the construction of Israeli settlements.

There will still be no defined borders.

Instead of approving a resolution for two-states in the region,

the UN should simply correct itself and put down borders.

As a consequence of fixed borders,

the implication is that the state of Israel

is confined to a limited territory,

and what is left after this is Palestinian territory.

There would then be the automatic formation of the state of Palestine

and the expansion of Israel  is ended.

In other words,

let the territory define the state

and not the state define its borders.

Now, for the umpteenth time,