Two State Solution

The Israeli-Palestinian conflict can't be solved, only ended - opinion

The most practical and realistic alternative to the 2SS is to recognize Jordan as the homeland of the Palestinians – all of those who want to live in peace.


Why doesn't anyone want to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict? - opinion

Why haven’t the two sides resolved the conflict? With people dying on both sides, you’d think there’d be an impetus to find a resolution as soon as possible.

Netanyahu's new government must affirm 2-state support -EU Parliament

European Union parliamentarians affirmed that they gave their "unwavering support for a negotiated two-state solution on the basis of the 1967-lines."

UNGA call for Israeli-Palestinian peace parley in Moscow

Australia switches historic no-vote on the annual text and abstains * Ukraine voted for the resolution

Shimon Peres: Dreams of peace became Israel's nightmare - opinion

Shimon Peres’s dreams of peace and his support for Palestinianism and “the two-state-solution” became a nightmare which haunts us until today. This is his true legacy.


US committed to reopening consulate, two-state solution - Hady Amr

Hady Amr stressed that President Joe Biden “remains fully committed to a two-state solution, which he made clear in Jerusalem.”

Yuval Noah Harari to CNN: 'Israeli public has moved on from two-state solution'

The Israeli author and Hebrew University professor says that most of the general Israeli public wants three classes of people.

Campus activism is anti-two states, pro-erasing Israel - Brandeis Center

Alyza Lewin, president of the Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights (LDB), discussed her ongoing struggle to defend Jewish-Zionists on campus.

The exodus of reconciliation in Israel and Palestine - opinion

The exodus of the reconciliation process is the path toward coexistence, freedom, equality, the pursuit of happiness, and peace in our land.


US ambassador talks Israel policy, Russia-Ukraine, China-Taiwan issues

US Ambassador Thomas (Tom) R. Nides kindly agreed to an interview to explain current US policy on international trouble spots, particularly toward Israel.

Subscribe for our daily newsletter
Subscribe for our daily newsletter

By subscribing I accept the terms of use and privacy policy