Israel and Palestine, play nice and learn to share
Israelis and Palestinians must engage in an open-ended process of building and maintaining a shared confederation of two states in one space.
One thing has become abundantly clear during the current election season: Not a single political party has a plan to end the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Likud doesn't; it's trying to square Netanyahu's 2009 speech at Bar-Ilan University, in which he expressed support for a two-state solution, with a platform that says the Palestinians want to destroy Israel. Habayit Hayehudi chairman Naftali Bennett...
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