Support for Two-State Solution is Support for Status Quo

There is an international consensus that supporting a so-called “two-state solution” promotes peace. However, all evidence suggests otherwise. Rather, support for a so-called “two-state solution” in practice reinforces the status quo since supporting a “two-state solution” means not resolving the conflict. It should be noted however that for the moment the status quo is the only possible solution. The real solution however is rather Median Jewish mass Aliyah. Once at least 10 million Median Jews have immigrated to Israel will Israel be able to redeem and enfranchise the entire Judea and Samaria. This number of immigrants will not be particularly difficult to attain since there are tens of millions of Median Jews in the Middle East and beyond. Why argue for this? It is important to internalize that this is the only feasible solution and that this will need international recognition and hence the importance of early building of international support for what is the only possible resolution of the conflict. The question of Gaza will be resolved by Jordan annexing Gaza once Israel has applied sovereignty over the entire Judea and Samaria. The so-called “two-state solution” should not be treated as if it were a fetisch but rather the goal must be perpetual peace and since there is only one path to perpetual peace must that path be strongly supported indeed.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization.

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