one state or one nation, with 2 federated sates? - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Cesare
    • 13.07.10 | 16:41 (IDT)

    There is another possibility. 2 States it has been prouved politically impossible. One state for 2 people will have Israel objecting because of demografic problems, but one federated nation with 2 states may be the solution. The only think to be dismantle it would be the barrier fences. Thenn it will have 2 states government and one federal government. Only one federated army. It will have2 states police forces and on federal police force. There will be no need to dismantle settlemnts. Everyone can choose to live in one of the 2 states obeing the federal and states law. At the present it will be the only solution available to Israel and Palestine Gerusalem may be the capital of boptth states and the capital of the nation. In any way you look a 2 states faederated in one nation look much better. Israel state will be a Jewish state while the other state will be predominantely palestinian state. Any comment about this solution?

    from the article: Erekat: No unilateral declaration of Palestinian state
    First published 12:37 13.07.10 | Last updated 12:37 13.07.10
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