The State of the Two-State Solution

By Leonard Fein

Forward Association, 2009

Let there be no mistake: a one-state solution with Jews in control and the Palestinian majority offered less than full rights of citizenship is morally and politically bankrupt. It is an invitation to continuing violence. A one-state solution with the Palestinian majority in control means an end to the Zionist enterprise, to the Jewish state. But a two-state solution is not an option that will always be available. The turn away from the two-state solution is a turn away from lasting and viable peace in Israel.

Topic: Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Diplomacy, International Relations, Conflict Resolution, War, Israeli-Palestinian Relations, Peace

Name of Publication: Jewish Daily Forward

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Coverage: Israel , Palestinian Territories

Language: English

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