Israeli Right thinks the unthinkable: One state

Susser, Leslie
August 2010
New Jersey Jewish News;8/12/2010, Vol. 64 Issue 32, p16
The article analyzes the implications of one-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It notes that prominent right-wing political figures in Israel were inspired to push a one-state solution after protest movements were conducted over Israel's withdrawal from Gaza. It states that the one-state solution would consider Israelis and Palestinians equal citizens but it will be challenged by questions including the constitution, religion-state issues, and transition period management.


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