All genetics aside (including the studies that show that Palestinians and Jews, along with Lebanese, Syrians, and other Levant/Mediterannean peoples) are very similar, I don't think this will interfere with the eventuality of a one-state solution. As this writer states, Shlomo Sand's views are actually to the benefit of Israel if it is to continue as a Jewish state. Not following it will mean all the land from the river Jordan to the Mediterannean will be under one sovereign state, ironically mirroring the genetics even closer.
U.S. says working on initiative to de-escalate Syria fighting, with focus on Aleppo (Reuters)
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