#3 recommends a unified, democratic state, as does Qumsiyeh himself, as did the late Edward Said and others. #24 favors a two-state solution. Which is it? Neither? Qumsiyeh and Said both reject those UN resolutions of yore that suggested a two-state solution. Evidently Arab academics can reject UN resolutions if they don't happen to agree, without feeling like international criminals. Certainly the present majority party of the PA, soon to be part of the PLO, chooses "neither." Both #3 and #24 present "snapshot" examinations of the problem. Usually there is more information in a longer look, in a "film." For example, what the US did to Germany in 1944 and 1945 was frightful: bombing Berlin and Hamburg, invading Germany territory with thousands of troops, causing enormous collateral damage. However, if you took a slightly longer look -- and factored in the German invasions of Poland, France, Russia, the German attacks on England and Holland, the Atlantic war ...
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