A one state solution for Israel and the West Bank may work providing the distribution of land, whatever that may be, is strictly adhered to, so that the Palestinian growth rate does not overwhelm the Jewish population. The nation would start out being 35% palistinian, i.e. 3.5 million out of a 10 million total, amd they would not be allowed to expand beyond the initial territory allocated to them. They would, of course, have complete control over their own cities, towns, and villages. I believe there would have to be a body representing the Palestinians for continuing negociations concerning infrastructure and resource, i.e. water, allocations.
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