The author of the article forgot to specify what type of "one state" solution these experts support by implication. The "one state" they envision is either:  one state of Palestinian "Arabs" (that is, the Arabic-speaking population of Muslims, Christians, Druze, Jews and Samaritans who inhabited Palestine prior to the Zionist migrations) devoid of Jewish immigrants to Palestine from the after the birth of modern Zionism, or  one state of Jews of all backgrounds (established and lead so far by Askenazim, but including the Arabic-speaking Palestinian Musta'arabi Jews, plus all Jewish immigrants from around the world) devoid of Palestinian "Arabs" (excluding Arabic-speaking Palestinian Musta'arabi Jews). These extremists on both sides are not advocates of a "one state" in the sense of a binational state: incoporating Jews and Arabs (Arab Muslims, Arab Christian, etc) into one single state, with equality for all, regardless of race, ethnic/cutural identity or religion.
Israeli teen lightly wounded from stone throwing in West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba (Haaretz)
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