1. How would the Palestinians view this possibility of a "bi-ethnic state"? I take it that this would have to be an agreement between two equals. 2. Much water has passed under the bridge since 1967 and what might have been an option, though a difficult one, may be an impossibility now. And would the hundreds of thousands of colonists now residing in the WB and EJ even be open to rid themselves of the chametz of which Bradley speaks?
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