The Perils of a One State Solution

“Think Yugoslavia, only worse. That’s what proponents of a binational, Arab-Jewish state are really offering in their utopian vision of the Middle East. The notion that Palestinians and Jews, who can’t even negotiate a two-state solution, could coexist in one happy state is so ludicrous that only the naive or the malicious would fall for it. But despite this, the idea — which periodically surfaced in the 20th century — is again growing fashionable.”

2 thoughts on “The Perils of a One State Solution

  1. the solution is everyone becomes secular and intermarries over several generations.. inevitably I think that would happen though who knows how long it would take and how close it would get to complete

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