'They Don’t Like Us. They Really Don’t Like Us!' The Promised Podcast

Part 1 | Is a one-state solution completely implausible?

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Extreme right-wing protest in Jerusalem after day of terror attacks throughout Israel. October 8, 2015.
Extreme right-wing protest in Jerusalem after day of terror attacks throughout Israel. October 8, 2015. Credit: Olivier Fitoussi
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A meta-survey suggests that Palestinians really don’t think highly of Israelis and Jews, and other polls suggest that Israeli Jews don’t have much sympathy for Palestinians. Does this prove a one-state solution is completely implausible?

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