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    • 16.07.07 | 14:28 (IDT)

    Danny Rubinsteini is an excellent journalist and analyst, let that be said. And he's right: Time is running out for the two-state solution. The continuation of the settlements, the lack of any viable "peace proposal" (forget about Camp David, it was nothing but a sham), and the Palestinian terror tactics, have all made the two-state solution look impossible to attain. Then what? Personally, it makes me sad - I'm emotionally attached to the Jewish State, in spite of all its flaws and inherent racism. The two-state solution is (in principle) easy to implement. Just remove the settlements, and you have two states for two people. It wouldn't be a perfect solution, but it would work. But since it doesn't seem to be possible to do that, there's no choice but to go for a one-state solution. It's going to be difficult. But it has to be done. The alternative is continued apartheid.

    from the article: Nothing to sell the Palestinians
    First published 00:00 16.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 16.07.07
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