Actually almost all political problems can be solved simply by giving them to the right kind of person. A solution to a problem that has always been solved successfully is best found by a conservative. The opposite kind of problem, as in this case, is only solved by a liberal. So an ideologue, a person who walks around with yesterdays answers, is suitable for some situations but not solving the question of one / two states. If you want an answer to the biggest questions involving Israel's future you must ask the most leftwing types, Meretz or whatever but who see two states as unlikely to succeed.
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from the article: When the New York Times went to bat for the one-state solution
Netanyahu calls on the international community to 'condemn the desecration of synagogues which is just another result of unending Palestinian incitement.'11:20 07.02.16 | 4 comments