Having 2 states is the best solution still, even if the posibility is being eroded by the settler enterprise. As long as it remains alive, Israel still has a chance to remain a predominantly Jewish nation. A first step should be to at least move the separation wall so that it conforms with the rulings of the Israeli supreme court. Another step should be to halt the cosntruction in settlements. Admittedly, it is very unlikely that the Plestinian refugees will be allowed to return, but instead reparations should be made to them, as well as the Jews forced out of their native countries. However, if 1 state solution becomes the only possibility, then Israel will likely be forced to accede to the right of return, and lose its Jewish majority in the process. I would advise proponents of a Greater Israel to give this some serious thought. You cannot have it both ways.
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