the importance to most Jewish Israelis of having a Jewish state. Not in a theocratic sense, but Jewish simply in the sense of a majority Jewish population. He assumes that just because we have compromised the two state solution, there will be a one state solution by default, and I don't think that's the case. No matter how much Israeli governments pretend they don't have to choose between being a "Jewish democracy" and building settlements, that is still the key choice that Israel will have to make. I think that a Jewish state means a lot more to most Israelis than the settlers do, and that is why - when they have a government honest enough to tell them what it will really take to reach a peace deal - Israelis will finally dump the settlements.
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