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+ THE WHITE BOOK AND THE ISRATIN PROPOSAL + /////// 411 FIB ~ Manifesto Series /////// These manifestos are posted both to channel 411 and the 411 FIB. This is part in a series of manifestos and historical propaganda posted to Bitmessage channel 411. The series includes manifestos, dogmas, pamphlets, warfare manuals, political writings, and resistance literature. These items remain timelessly relevant to inspecting the minds of leaders, warriors, revolutionaries, and counter-revolutionaries. DARKNET DIRECTORY ASSISTANCE - FORBIDDEN INFORMATION BROADCAST 411 FIB (Forbidden Information Broadcast): BM-2cUJcp5uZTw3EY1ApszT28u4cHhMXs8NNo [chan] 411 BM-2cW53MzWqtod8TA6vybdUeqd2LhTuXCX3L ╭╮╱╭╮╭╮╱╭╮ ┃┃╱┃┣╯┃╭╯┃ ┃╰━╯┣╮┃╰╮┃ ╰━━╮┃┃┃╱┃┃ ╱╱╱┃┣╯╰┳╯╰╮ ╱╱╱╰┻━━┻━━╯ THE WHITE BOOK AND THE ISRATIN PROPOSAL By Muammar Al Qadhafi THE FUNDAMENTAL HISTORICAL SOLUTION “Isratine”: A Single State for Jews and Palestinians. The Isratin Proposal Muammar Gaffadi’s Isratin proposal is a proposal to permanently resolve the Israeli–Palestinian conflict through a secular, federalist, republican one-state solution. Its main points are: Creation of a binational Jewish–Palestinian state called the “Federal Republic of the Holy Land“; Partition of the state into 5 administrative regions, with Jerusalem as a city-state; Return of all Palestinian refugees; Supervision by the United Nations of free and fair elections on the first and second occasions; Removal of weapons of mass destruction from the state; and Recognition of the state by the Arab League. Saif al-Islam al-Gaddafi’s proposal was eventually incorporated in Libyan leader Muammar al-Gaddafi’s White Book of May 8, 2003, which serves as his official guide to address the Arab-Israeli conflict and how to solve it.[1] Despite the suggestion of “Federal Republic of the Holy Land” as the name of this hypothetical new state, the name Isratin (Hebrew: יִשְׂרָטִין‎‎, Yisratin; Arabic: إسراطين‎, Isrātin), a portmanteau of the names “Israel” and “Falastin” (Palestine in Arabic and Hebrew) – variously spelled in English as “Isratine” or “Israteen” and sometimes rendered “Israstine” – has been used as a “working title” for the notion of a single state in Israel, the West Bank and Gaza Strip, with Palestinians and Jewish inhabitants of all three having citizenship and equal rights in the combined entity. Muammar al-Gaddafi again championed the “Isratin proposal” in an op-ed article for the New York Times as the “only option” for a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The timing of the article approximately coincided with the inauguration of Barack Obama as President of the U.S. and with the cease-fire that apparently marked the end of the 2008-2009 Israel-Gaza conflict.[2][3] Gaddafi has argued that this solution would avoid the partitioning of West Bank into Arab and Jewish zones, with buffer zones between them.

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