'After spending tens of millions of dollars of the investors' money, the way to receivership looked shorter than ever,' recalls Amimon's CEO.02:21 27.11.15 | 0 comments
Currently, when all is said and done, the only two realistic ways the conflict can end are (1) two states, or (2) a single, binational state. A few more years and a two-state solution will not be feasible. Of course, one cannot but question the wisdom of establishing a single state and letting people whose language, religion, culture, economic status, and values are diametrically opposite roam around freely. If anyone thought the second intifada was bloody... But since the land fetish of the right-wing seems to trump everything else, and since no-one (other than the late Dr. Sharon) appears to have the guts to do anything about it, I guess such a single, dysfunctional, unstable state is indeed going to be Israel's future.