Howdy Issa; The one-state solution has been rejected as being impractical ever since the Churchill Whitepaper of 1922 split off Transjordan from the Mandate of Palestine and forbade Jews to immigrate there. The ensuing hostilities between Jews and Arabs in what remained of the Mandate west of the Jordan River for the past 87 years should be enough to convince anybody that an one-state solution is out of the question because the political, religious, social, and cultural ideologies of the two peoples are mutually incompatable. What do you want? A bloodbath unprecedented since the breakup of the British Raj in 1947? I'll tell you what; you can get India, Pakistan, and Bangledesh to reunite into a single country again with "a secular democratic federal state based on equality, liberty, and justice for all people that live in the region" first, and then, we'll see about how that might work in the Holy Land.
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