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Is the two-state solution under threat?

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Lieberman: I don’t really care what American Jews or non-Jews think about Israel

Published: 16 February 2016

Last updated: 4 March 2024

The many Mideast solutions – Thomas Friedman – The New York Times 10.02.16
Whoever becomes the next president will have to deal with a totally different Middle East, shaped by struggle over a one-state solution, a no-state solution, a non-state solution and a rogue-state solution. That is, a one-state solution in Israel, a no-state solution in Syria, Yemen and Libya, a non-state solution offered by the Islamic caliphate and a rogue-state solution offered by Iran.
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And see: Stop asking whether Israel is Jewish or democratic – Dahlia Scheindlin - +972 24.01.16
This isn’t a choice between ‘Jewish or democratic’ — the only question is whether Israel can still become a true democracy. [Dahlia Scheindlin is a leading international public opinion analyst and strategic consultant based in Tel Aviv and was a guest speaker at Limmud-Oz Melbourne in 2014.]

Minister urges Israel to begin annexing parts of West Bank
– The Times of Israel 14.02.16

Bennett: Israel must control West Bank forever
January 9, 2016

Israeli Justice Minister – ‘we must annex Area C’
November 7, 2015


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