Analysis || East Jerusalem project could bury two-state solution
Plans to build in Area E-1 would effectively bisect the West Bank and sever the physical link between the Palestinian territories and Jerusalem.
Over the past year, the Jerusalem municipality and the state have promoted several projects in East Jerusalem that many observers believe reflect an Israeli desire to create territorial contiguity between the capital and Ma'aleh Adumim by building a new, controversial Jewish settlement in Area E-1. They include the declared establishment of a new national park on the slopes of Mount Scopus, of the new Israel...
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