Now again, I find it important to stress that giving Arabs sovereignty over Judea and Samaria, whether the entire area or just sections endangers the entire State of Israel. Quite a number of years ago, I was in a tremp with a neighbor, Yossi Apter, who then also picked up a soldier. In those days soldiers were permitted to tremp. Yossi asked him what he was doing here, and he said:
"I'm guarding the yishuvim, settlements."
"No you're not" said Yossi. "You're protecting Tel Aviv. If Israel doesn't hold onto Judea and Samaria, then Tel Aviv is in danger."
Take a look at the map.
Israel is a very tiny country. Besides the very simple basic fact that NO OTHER COUNTRY HAS EVER GIVEN AWAY LAND LIBERATED IN A DEFENSIVE WAR TO AN ENEMY THAT HAS SWORN TO DESTROY IT, it's clear that without Judea and Samaria most of the State of Israel is totally vulnerable to attack.
There is no logical nor historic nor moral reason for Israel to give the Arabs anything at all.
Nearly five years ago, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu accepted the Palestinian demand of a state with security conditions. Israel has also agreed to release more than 100 additional incarcerated Palestinian terrorists in stages.
Israeli housing starts are frozen in Jerusalem and Judea and Samaria and, according to Palestinian officials, Abbas has received a side letter or an oral guarantee at a minimum from the United States assuring the Palestinians that the disputed pre-war, June 4, 1967, lines would be the baseline for final-status negotiations, as reported by the Associated Press on July 21.
Virtually every Israeli government since 1967 has determined the pre-war 1967 line to be indefensible, while former Oslo negotiators such as former ambassador and legal adviser to the Foreign Ministry Alan Baker have noted that the 1967 lines constitute a legal fiction and that “no such borders ever existed.” (Dan Diker, Jerusalem Post)
The "green line" has no real legality. It was a ceasefire line that existed barely eighteen years and didn't protect Israel at all. Israel was attacked during that time on all fronts, from Jordan, Syria and Egypt. In May, 1967, Syria, Egypt and Jordan began threatening Israel, demanded that United Nations Peacekeeping forces leave their posts and prepared for war. Thank G-d, at that time, Israel had no foreign allies, just the Jewish People. We prayed, and the Israeli Government sent the IDF into action to defend the country. That's how we liberated the Golan, Judea, Samaria, Jordan Valley, Gaza and the Sinai.
We can't easily cancel the withdrawals from the Sinai and Gaza, but we must immediately cease the begging for peace and the offering of more Land! If we don't, then the State of Israel can't survive. LOOK AT THE MAP!