Achieving a two-state solution is in Israel’s national interests, with or without direct flights to Dubai.
“It is now time for both sides to come together and engage in the dialogue to deliver the negotiated two-state solution."
With all parties unwilling, no negotiations will take place in the foreseeable future.
Despite the arguments of the die-hard advocates of the two-state solution from both sides, I cannot perceive how it is still possible.
Most Israelis and Palestinians haven't given up on a two-state solution.
With his latest screed – “I No Longer Believe in a Jewish State” – Peter Beinart joins Israel’s most committed enemies.
Imparting Jewish literacy is the primary responsibility of each diaspora community, yet the Israeli government also has a critical role to play.
Beinart’s one-state proposal is not new. But it’s not popular among those who would have to live with the consequences.
In an 6,700-word article published Tuesday Beinart made the case for a binational Jewish-Palestinian state in the area that currently comprises Israel, the West Bank and Gaza.
Former Jordanian Foreign Minister Marwan Muasher has played a key role in Jordan’s relations with Israel and the US.