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Palestinians always claimed their rights to historical Palestine. . . Then someone came along and convinced them that this was utopian and would not happen, offering a trade-off to go for the possible instead.
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For those who always saw a so-called two-state solution as a means of preserving Israel as a ‘Jewish and democratic’ ethno-state, goodbye is the hardest word to say. 702 more words
By Ali Abunimah (2006)
“Crazy!” my Jewish friends and family might say, but this small book (a quick read in two nights) spells out a very strong argument for ending the status quo in Israel-Palestine which few think is good for anyone. 982 more words
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[I]s the Two State Solution dead? If it is, it means that the Solution is Dead, period. The idea of taking up instead the One State Solution – i.e., that Jewish Israelis rejecting a Palestinian State on the West Bank would be ready to embrace millions of Palestinians as their new fellow citizens of Israel – completely ignores the most basic realities of Israeli society and politics.
National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) says a shocking 200,000 persons living in Oyo State, Nigeria are carriers of HIV. 318 more words