one state solution

HOPE FOR the next generation.
The next generation of peace advocates face an even more difficult task

Encountering Peace: The next generation of Israelis and Palestinians will have to try to figure out how to make a single state, from the River to the Sea, of all of its citizens.

Facing facts: we must learn to live together and live separately

The economies of Israel and the Palestinians are intertwined as is the cheek-by-jowl proximity of neighborhoods, villages and settlements.

Lindsey Graham, United States Senator (R) from South Carolinaat the 7th Annual JPost Conference
Republican Senator Lindsey Graham: One-state solution is dangerous

“If you believe in a democratic secure Israel [and] you absorb the Palestinians, they will eventually demographically outvote the Jewish state. So that does not work."

Dutch flag on a crane
Dutch foreign minister defends diplomat promoting ‘one-state solution’

In 2014, Eijpe shared a plea on Facebook to “immediately boycott the state of Israel.” The Dutch Foreign Ministry is opposed to such boycotts.

By CNAAN LIPHSHIZ/JTA
01/06/2019
Preserving Israel’s Jewish character

The hoary two-state solution assumes that there will be a Muslim Arab state ethnically cleansed of Jews and then there will be another state but comprised of whom?

By AMIEL UNGAR
22/08/2018
MK Ahmad Tibi (Joint List) at the Knesset August 8, 2018.
Tibi: 'Ahmad, not Muhammad' to be next prime minister

Joint List MK Ahmad Tibi was responding to a reported statement by U.S. President Donald Trump

Rashida Tlaib on interview about Arab-Israeli Conflict (August 13, 2018).
J Street cancels support of Palestinian House candidate

If elected to the House in November as is expected — Tlaib will become the first Palestinian — American woman ever to sit in the chamber.

A general view of houses in the Israeli settlement of Maale Adumim in the West Bank
EU: Israeli settlement building entrenching one-state reality

“These developments, alongside a number of other related actions taken in recent months, seriously undermine the viability of a negotiated two-state solution and the prospects for a lasting peace."

israeli palestinian flags
The crooked timber of the one-state solution

The one-state solution is becoming popular, however the need for a viable solution to the conflict requires the rejection of simplistic formulas and adherence to the idea of dividing the country.

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