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    • Zev Davis
    • 10.04.13 | 23:08 (IDT)

    Where were you in 1942 when Martin Buber, Henrietta Szold, Dr. Judah Magnes, and other like-minded Jews of Mandatory Palestine, with some leading Arab Palestinian notables thought a Bi-national state might be the right solution. The "Old Man" and his mafia killed the idea at the Biltmore Hotel. Then, if you really wanna go back in time, Jabotinsky thought about a Bi-national State, too, that resembled Lebanon, with a Jewish prez, as it were and an Arab vice-prez. Then again, who cares about those people, Heck, of all the "great Zionists" that have yet to be returned to Israel to be interred, Dr. Judah Magnes, the first president of the Hebrew University, and a genuine man of peace still lies in the States waiting to return to his native land --ah, but he supported a Bi-national state for Jews and Arabs taht would live together in peace,, didn't he. Is that Zionism?

    from the article: We've lost: It’s time to think about one state
    First published 12:20 07.09.12 | Last updated 12:20 07.09.12
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