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"A two-state solution is the best hope to preserve Israel's Jewish and democratic nature while fulfilling the Palestinians' right to self-determination."
Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi reaffirmed her commitment to the State of Israel and the resolution of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
There really is no one-state solution. It does not resolve the conflict because it does not provide either side with the territorial expression of its national identity.
By GERSHON BASKIN
We are at a crossroads. The choices that Israel makes in the coming years will determine the destiny of our one and only Jewish state.
By RONALD S. LAUDER
The bottom line is that a number of AIPAC leaders live over 6,000 miles away from Israel and beyond the reach of Palestinian rockets - they have no right to tell Israelis to withdraw.
By MICHAEL FREUND
Israel is the victor in the Israeli-Palestinian story.
While the world’s focus has been on the intractable Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the assumption has been that dealing with the needs of Arab citizens of Israel would be eminently easier.
By ERIC R. MANDEL
In the absence of any chance at this time to reach a negotiated two-state solution, the Palestinian national movement is correct in now seeking full recognition of their statehood.
rather than look at the historical record of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and draw the self-evident conclusions, Uri Avnery retreats into the counterfactual fantasyland.
By EFRAIM KARSH
By LETTERS TO THE EDITOR
Jerusalem’s false unity and real discrimination is no model for a state which claims to be the only democracy in the Middle East.
“I think it will be a two-state. By saying that, I put it out there."
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
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