The PaliLeaks documents make big headlines, claiming that in secret talks, they allegedly agreed to “Napkin Maps” which “allow” 80% of Judean/Samarian residents to stay put.
At the same time (curiously), the Washington Institute for Near East Policy issues a press release claiming “the impossible is achievable” and detailing border maps that (again curiously) very closely resemble the Napkin Maps.
My gut is that what is really going on here with the timing of these events is that the Nations (and the Erev Rav) are getting ready to foist an implemented solution based on these “essentially agreed upon” maps.
Illusory Sacrifices for Peace
In essence, the scene is being set that posits that the Pals are willing to suffer tremendous “sacrifices” for peace in the face of great internal domestic opposition. In truth, Hamas’ and the Arab street’s opposition to Pal “concessions” is carefully crafted to create the illusory perception that Pals’ sacrifices to achieve peace are great and painful.
The illusory perception is being created that both sides are swallowing equally bitter pills.
Of course, its all an act. The purported concessions re: borders are a red herring – no real concessions have been made with respect to the Population Cram Down (right of return) or Security Sovereignty (Israel maintenance of control over airspace, demilitarization, etc.).
If fact, the Pal goal is simple. The Pals realize the world (i.e. France, Great Britain, US) will not support a declaration on pure ’67 borders, but they will accept a declared state on the “essentially agreed upon” borders posited by the Napkin Maps. The Pals are thus accomplishing the goals set forth in their infamous 1974 Phases Plan.
Declaration of Napkin State Implications
And once a Napkin Map State is declared, the Pals will have the “legal basis” to enforce evictions of Jews from their “sovereign territory.” They plan to make good use of their American trained, heavily armed battalions. And if the factions of the Israeli government threaten to send in the IDF to prevent harm to Jews, the Pals will invite the Nations to “provide security”. This sets the stage for Gog and Magog.
(Note, in this scenario, the Nations and the Erev Rav are able to accomplish removal of Jews from Judea-Samaria without having to use the IDF, who, given their composition of Dati soldiers, will not comply with such orders as they did in Gush Katif).
Quantified, according to the Napkin Map, 20% of the Jews living in Judea-Samaria are under threat of forceful eviction. Just as 1/5 of the Jews will leave the final exile, so too 1/5 will enter the final exile (G-d forbid).
The Exile of Our Time is a microcosm of the macrocosm.