Attacker shot on scene; Of the victims, four moderately wounded, one lightly so.12:38 27.11.15 | 0 comments
A two-state solution is possible. Here's the timeline I envision: 2011: Israel starts negotation toward a two-state solution. 2030: Israel accepts $500 billion to finance withdrawal of israeli civilians from the West Bank, not counting east jerusalem and heavily-populated areas contiguous to israel. 2073: Israel actually withdraws from all of palestine except for east jerusalem and about 25% of the west bank, giving palestine a large chunk of the negev desert in compensation. The two-state solution has succeeded. 2074: Upon seeing that the independent palestinian nation is a security threat and a military threat to israel, and citing terrorist attacks as its reason, israel invades palestine. After two weeks of sharp fighting in which essentially every standing building in palestine gets its airstrike, israel wins all of palestine. 2075: After seeing the tremendous costs to israel of the war and subsequent occupation, the US congress gives israel $1 trillion and access to previously secret military hardware. At this point the two-state solution is complete.