Solving the Israel-Palestinian Conflict

Not everything depends on us Israelis; but much does.

Israelis and Palestinians wave flags as Israelis march celebrating Jerusalem Day outside Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's old city on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Credit: Associated Press/Sebastian Scheiner.
Israelis and Palestinians wave flags as Israelis march celebrating Jerusalem Day outside Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's old city on Wednesday, May 8, 2013. Credit: Associated Press/Sebastian Scheiner.
Response
Yoav Sorek
March 23 2014

I’m grateful to the three distinguished thinkers who have responded to my analysis of Israel’s situation and to my suggestions for improving it. Rather than reacting to all of their individual comments, I’ll try to focus on a few core criticisms and arguments.

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