WATCH: Peter Beinart: Israel's Policies Are the Greatest Gift for BDS

Despite the absence of a peace process, Beinart tells Haaretz, there's no chance a one-state solution offers any future for Israelis or Palestinians.

Aimee Amiga
Aimee Amiga
Peter Beinart addresses the Israel Conference for Peace, November 12, 2015.
Peter Beinart addresses the Israel Conference for Peace, November 12, 2015.Credit: David Bachar
Aimee Amiga
Aimee Amiga

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Jewish-American journalist and author Peter Beinart told Haaretz on Thursday that Israel's policies are the greatest gift for BDS, and he supports the European Union's move to label products produced in Israeli settlements. Speaking to Haaretz's Aimee Amiga at Haaretz's Israel Conference on Peace in Tel Aviv, Beinart said that despite the absence of a peace process, there's no chance a one-state solution offers any future for Israelis or Palestinians. He also spoke about what he believes is the key reason young, Jewish Americans are poorly affiliated with the religion.

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