On December 27, 2008, when the Israeli society began its savage attack on Gaza, it died. On October 16, 2009, the UN Human Rights commission placed the tombstone over Israel when it defined that state as a terrorist entity. The details of what will happen now are unclear, but the path is well defined. The UN General Assembly may accept the Goldstone Report and place war crimes charges against Israeli political and military figures at the International Court of Justice. In order to add an historical dimension to the event, the trials should take place in Nuremberg. Moreover, the UN gave conditioned sovereignty to Israel; since the last failed to fulfill the imposed conditions, the sovereignty should be taken back. I described – in very broad lines – a possible scenario of the coming events in a series of articles named: Defeating Israel.
What will happen the day after? Probably the Palestinians would declare independence; their right to do so was established by the UN on the same day it did so for Israel. The new state would include all the territories west of the Jordan River. After all, Palestinians built most of Tel Aviv, Haifa, Jerusalem, Beer Sheva and the Jewish settlements.