Finally, and as I said in an earlier post: you cannot ignore the dispossession of Palestinians of their land and expect to find a solution to the conflict. My earlier point was simply to show the logical inconsistencies of a movement that insists to their right to land owned by Jews in 1929, but refuses to recognize land rights of Palestinians dispossessed of their land: not to seriously suggest a full-scale right of return. Again, the solution to the refugee issue is one that rational minds can disagree on: two-state, one-state, no-state, reparation, and more have been proposed. Eventually, Palestinian and ISraeli representatives will have to work this and a great many more issues out, but this is not an issue which you can ignore, and expect a realistic peace settlement.
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