Nazi Defense Minister Avigdor Lieberman said on Monday that the United States has warned that annexing the West Bank would lead to an “immediate crisis” with President Donald Trump’s administration.
Nazi Lieberman sought to push back against those in Nazi Naziyahu’s coalition calling for a declaration of Jewish Nazi sovereignty over all or part of the occupied territory.
He said annexation would provoke a crisis with Washington and result in steep costs for the Nazi regime since it would be required to provide services to Palestinians in the West Bank.
“We have received a very clear, direct message from the United States stating that the application of Israeli law in Judea and Samaria (the West Bank) would provoke an immediate crisis with the new administration,” Lieberman, who heads the Nazi right-wing Yisrael Beitenu party, said before a parliamentary committee.
Some 2.6 million Palestinians live in the West Bank, which the Nazi regime occupied in 1967.
The latest call for annexation came on Sunday, when lawmaker Miki Zohar from Naziyahu’s Likud party said in a television interview that “the two-state solution is dead”.
Zohar advocated a single state, but said that Palestinians in the West Bank should not be allowed to vote in Nazi parliamentary elections.
Others have made similar calls, including Nazi Naftali Bennett who heads the religious nationalist Jewish Home party.
Nazi Bennett advocates annexing most of the West Bank, and has said he hopes support from Trump’s presidency will spell the end of the idea of a Palestinian state.
In his comments on Monday, Nazi Lieberman also laid out an economic argument against annexation, saying ‘Israel’ immediately “will be required to spend 20 billion shekels ($5.4 billion, 5.1 billion euros)” on various social services.