The two state solution / peace processors are guilty of groupthink. Over the past decade just about every one of their original assumptions about the region and the future course of events has been proven wrong, yet they continue to peddle the same advice. Are they not familiar with Einstein's saying that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing again and expecting different results. Despite what they want people to believe, the choices are not as binary as Palestinian state or S. African apartheid. Already today Gaza is a distinct entity that nobody can force Israel to absorb. And as Bennett has pointed out, Israel could annex 60% of the West Bank, renounce claims to the rest, and only get with it less than 100k Palestinian Arabs. So how would it then by overwhelmed demographically?
Syrian FM: Any ground incursion without state approval is an act of aggression (Reuters)
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