Strictly speaking, it isn't dead; it was never alive. The only possible outcome is a one-state solution. Whereby the question becomes: Will it be a state for the people with the nukes, or for the people with the majority?
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First comprehensive study in Hebrew into Islamic State says Sunni group could wield more influence over Israeli Arabs and Palestinians if it takes land closer to Israel’s borders.11:08 28.11.15 | 1 comments