Thursday, December 15, 2011
Prof. Arnon Sofer on Geopolitics
Prof. Sofer says that an Arab metropolis is forming around Kever Benjamin and menacing to push toward Tel Aviv. The Arab villages of Kalanzauwa, Tira, Taybe, Djaldjuliya and Kafr Kassem are growing and fusing into one large, continuous Arab metropolis of 200,000 inhabitants. Kever Benjamin is separated from the large Arab city of Kalkiliya only by a strip of land 500 meters wide, occupied by Road Number 6 and the national infrastructure strip (water, sewage, communication, gas lines etc.), as well the wall - so demographic reality will press and soon they will digest us. He also noted the silent, unobserved erection of small Beduin shantytowns in every open corner of the country, near Rehovot there are more than twenty encampments that are becoming permanent shantytowns and some are in Tel Aviv outskirts. Soon they will be demanding water, sewage, schools and they will be unmovable. Israel is the densest country in the world after Holland.