two-state solution

“A balanced, inclusive approach to the conflict recognizes the shared desire for security and freedom of both peoples,” the Minnesota Democrat wrote.
President Trump met with King Abdullah II of Jordan to discuss a plan backed by Arab leaders pushing for Palestinian statehood.
Should President Trump fulfill his campaign promise to relocate the American embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, it would have major regional and international repercussions.
Various solutions are in the mix: One-state, two-state, three-state, no-state outcomes. Envisioning two Palestinian states rather than one might make good sense.
Seldom has an idea been pronounced dead recently more often than that of making peace between Israel and the Palestinians
Yet all the time, effort, and investment of the Paris gathering went into the Israeli-Palestinian issue, and not to Syria
2) The same was true in 2011, when the US did use its veto power to prevent a similar Security Resolution from passing, so
Israel is destroying Palestinian homes at a pace faster than we have seen before.
This came to mind as we learned about a "DeCal" student-led course being offered at the University of California, Berkeley