JERUSALEM INSTITUTE FOR STRATEGY AND SECURITY
Understanding Israeli-Palestinian two-state solution delusion
Professor Efraim Inbar
October 11, 2022
…Unfortunately, a stable and peaceful outcome according to the two-state concept is not expected in the near future for two reasons. The two national movements, the Palestinian and the Zionist, are not close to a historical compromise, and the Palestinians have proven in the meantime that they are unable to build a state. The predicted “peace process” failed, despite repeated efforts, mainly by the US, to reach a permanent agreement. At this historical juncture, Palestinian society, under the influence of a nationalist and Islamic ethos, is unable to reach a compromise with the Zionist movement. Recent polls (March 2022) show that two-thirds of Palestinians share the opinion that Israel is an apartheid state, and 73% believe that the Koran contains a prophecy about the disappearance of the State of Israel. READ MORE
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