'Post' speaks with Tal Harris of OneVoice Israel

Harris says numbers of Palestinians attending movement’s events in territories in support of the two-state solution are too significant to be ignored.

October 21, 2013 18:33
Tal Harris

Tal Harris 370. (photo credit: Screenshot)


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The Jerusalem Post News spoke with Tal Harris, Executive Director of OneVoice Israel, an international movement leading grass-root efforts in empowering both Israeli and Palestinian civilians towards mobilizing government representation for a two-state solution. 

He says the numbers of Palestinians attending their movement’s events in the territories in support of the two-state solution are too significant to be ignored, and that compromise is the only realistic option for peace.

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