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Blog: Addressing the Gaza Dilemma

The plan aims to solve the Gaza crisis through global collaboration, population compensation, and land development for peace and prosperity.

Gaza after Israeli attack – war 2023

by Akiva Lane

The crisis in Gaza stands as a significant humanitarian issue. Home to 2.2 million people, this densely populated area of 10 km in width and 41 km in length faces severe economic and living conditions, leading to the emergence of extremist leadership. Herein, we propose an alternative approach to alleviate this pressing issue.

The proposition involves encouraging countries to agree to accommodate a portion of the Gaza population voluntarily. If 40 nations partake, each would host approximately 50,000 individuals. We suggest allocating the northern region of Gaza to Israel and the southern part to Egypt. Subsequently, these nations could offer the territories to investors interested in constructing residential areas, hotels, and business centers.

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The income generated from these sales would establish a fund to assist the participating countries in resetting the accepted population. With 66 developed nations globally, a lottery system could fairly determine the allocation of Gazan families to their new host countries. Such an arrangement would dramatically enhance the quality of life for the Gazan people, providing them with better living conditions and opportunities.

Executing this proposal is feasible within a short timeframe, with the United Nations overseeing the process. Countries could express their commitment within a day, and the lottery could assign families to their new nations shortly after. Transportation means would then facilitate the migration of people to their designated locations.

Even for the leaders of extremist groups, this plan offers an alternative to facing severe consequences for their actions. A proposal from the United States to the UN could start this all-encompassing strategy, and if accepted, it could result in the prompt relocation of Gazans to their new homes.

 Two things must be done to encourage first-world countries to accept refugees from Gaza.

  1. The most dangerous militants cannot be included and must stand trial for the crimes they committed. These are not people countries want to admit into their borders.
  2. There must be a sophisticated and well-financed re-settlement program. Families must be integrated and spread out into the host country using education and social services. Gaza has received billions of dollars in aid in recent years, and this money can be re-directed to help host countries support the refugees physically, socially, and psychologically.

In recent years, many countries have had trouble with refugees left on their own in ghettos. A concerted effort, coordinated by the UN, must make sure this does not happen to the Gazan refugees. When such a program is clearly defined and funding assured, then the potential host countries will be sufficiently confident of its efficacy and assured of its success, and then they will open their doors.

In conclusion, this innovative perspective has the potential to offer a rapid, effective solution to a complex issue. By considering alternative viewpoints and embracing international collaboration, we can make significant strides toward resolving the humanitarian crisis in Gaza.



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