The two-state dilemna

Advocates of a negotiated peace agreement with the Palestinians have failed to convince Israelis that keeping the state Jewish and democratic is worth the hefty price that must be paid for compromise.

January 23, 2014 12:12
Kerry, with Abbas, makes a short statement for reporters during recent visit.

kerry, abbas face reporters 521. (photo credit: REUTERS)


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This is the second in a series of in-depth exploration of the peace proposals, at a time when the two-state solution is increasingly coming under attack. It was a remarkably frank moment.

An IDF official, a veteran of negotiations with the Palestinians who is also involved in the present talks orchestrated by US Secretary of State John Kerry, confessed recently in a closed forum that he faces a difficult dilemma vis-à-vis the Palestinians.


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