The following is my opinion as a member participating in this discussion.
A valid question in spite of you being correct about the answer being impossible, The short answer is none. A more proper answer that enters
academic territory would have to involve a generational change in the mindset of the populations. The greatest change would have to come from the
Palestine people who would need to switch from militarism to consumerism. The schools would have to teach tolerance and democracy instead of pure
hatred of Israel.
People in Israel would have to learn to accept their new fellow citizens. Even on paper the concept suffers from the fact the international community
fails to understand that it would be an evolutionary process as opposed to overnight change. The international community failure to undertake a
Marshall Aid style program in Afghanistan underscores this point. But it’s all academic as history will take its nasty course (read Iran nuking
Israel) regardless of what happens to the concept of the two state models.
Besides action speak louder than words Jordan has never that keen to take on large numbers of Palestine people. Both Israel and the Palestine people
are boxed in between a rock and a hard time.
As an ATS Staff Member, I will not moderate in threads such as this where I have participated as a member.
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