Jerusalem Report

The Robert Slater Interview: Mr. Settlement

Pinchas Wallerstein favors a one-state solution ‘because there’s no other choice’.

'An independent Palestinian State in Judea and Samaria will destroy the Jewish State'
Pinchas Wallerstein came to the Jewish settlement movement quite by accident. When he was growing up in Kiryat Ata in the 1950s and early 1960s, Jordan controlled the West Bank, and no Jews were allowed to live there.

Wallerstein could not have imagined that one day he would become the leader of the Jewish settlement movement in the West Bank.

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