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'Final Borders' and 'Security Zones' in Palestine: Israeli Plans for a Bantustan 'State'
Economic and Political Weekly
Vol. 41, No. 13 (Apr. 1-7, 2006), pp. 1237-1240
Published by: Economic and Political Weekly
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/4418023
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Through recent speeches by senior ministers and officials, Israel is emphasising the need to immediately establish "clear" boundaries, to reflect a "demographic reality" where "the majority" of Palestinians live. Under the racist rhetoric of "demographics", "majority" is synonymous with the Zionist policy of seizing maximum Palestinian land with minimum Palestinians. Thus these "territories", that reflect the "demographic reality", are where there is no Palestinian land to take for settlement expansion; outside these "territories" all lands will be annexed.
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