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The One-State Solution

Daphna Thier, Sumaya Awad Jacobin
Israel has effectively made the establishment of a separate Palestinian state impossible. It’s clear what’s needed now: a single, democratic state with full rights for all people.

We Are All One Staters Now

Noam Sheizaf +972 Magazine
The ideological argument over the future of Israel-Palestine disguises the fact that for the past decade we have been living in a one-state reality.

New Roads Pave Way for Massive Growth of Israeli Settlements

Joseph Krauss AP News
Rights groups say the new roads that are being built will set the stage for explosive settlement growth, even if President-elect Joe Biden's administration somehow convinces Israel to curb its housing construction.

The Problem with Partition

William K. Barth Tikkun
A human rights approach could lead the way to resolving the problems of partition and the problems of a two state solution. International human rights treaties offer states alternatives to partition. Instead, human rights conventions offer types of integration that protect the existence and identity of national linguistic, ethnic, and religious groups.

The Donkey of the Messiah

Uri Avnery gush-shalom.org
The people who speak now of the “one-state solution” for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are idealists. But they do a lot of harm. And not only because they remove themselves and others from the struggle for the only solution that is realistic. The two-state solution is not dead. It cannot die, because it is the only solution there is.
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