Even a bi-national state has an exclusive character which is not at all ideal. How about all the people who are not part of either of the two privileged nations? And why legally, politically define people as part of an ethnic "nation" instead of simply being equal citizens? I appreciate the positive intent behind the idea of "bi-national", but really think the idea doesn't go far enough. As long as we're sharing ideals, let's really project the true ideal, not a half-measure.
U.S. confirms ISIS computer expert killed in air strike (Reuters)
from the article: Netanyahu mulls gestures toward Palestinians to keep peace talks going