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Israel Panel: West Bank ‘Not an Occupation’ | Antiwar.com

Pushes Netanyahu to Legalize All Settlements by Jason Ditz Israel’s Levy Panel has added more fuel to the fire over the occupation of the West Bank, announcing today that they don’t consider it an occupation at all, arguing that it has been occupied so long that it is just de facto Israeli now. Which, coupled with their call to legalize ...

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‘One-State’ Idea Gains Support Of Some Palestinians | the jerusalem fund

By Lourdes Garcia-Navarro Peace talks between Israelis and Palestinians are at a standstill and have been for almost two years. The stated aim of those negotiations is what is known as the “two-state solution,” which means the establishment of a viable, independent Palestinian state existing in peace alongside Israel. But as hopes for an agreement diminish, Palestinians — and even ...

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Water for all: The case for a one-state solution | Al Jazeera

Kuwait City, Kuwait – In light of yet another round of negotiations between the Palestinian Authority (PA) and Israeli negotiators (which, it must be said, took place on the heels of an announcement to build more illegal homes in East Jerusalem), questioning the likelihood of negotiations ever resulting in an independent and fully sovereign Palestinian state along the pre-1967 borders ...

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