Talking two states in Ramallah

Dr. Mustafa Barghouti, head of the Palestinian National Initiative and advocate of non-violent resistance, argues that because Israeli policies in the West Bank are akin to apartheid, they are ultimately unsustainable.

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February 20, 2014 12:06
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MUSTAFA BARGHOUTI, a Moscow-trained and Stanford-educated physician, is one of a few Palestinian voices that still support the two-state solution.. (photo credit: Courtesy)

 
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The Palestinian Medical Relief Society’s administrative headquarters are housed in a modern building located in northern Ramallah.

Just across the street is the Plaza Mall, a symbol of conspicuous consumption that to a large extent characterizes Ramallah – an international town frequented by NGO officials, foreign leaders and the de facto seat of the Palestinian Authority’s government – and sets it apart from Palestinian cities like Jenin, Nablus and Hebron.

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