International Community Should Recognize Death of Two-State Solution

The so-called “two-state solution” is dead and was always stillborn. The international community needs to internalize that neither a “two-state solution” nor a “one-state solution” is feasible but rather what is realistic is Israel redeeming and enfranchising the entire Judea and Samaria once Israel has received at least 10 million Median Jewish immigrants. Israel’s population will triple or quadruple within a decade once Median Jewish mass Aliyah is fully unleashed as nearly all Median Jews are expected to immigrate to Israel and are indeed expected to do so within the course of a decade. The Jordanian monarchy will be very happy to annex Gaza once Israel has applied sovereignty to the entire Judea and Samaria as this will effectively end the Palestinian issue and thus terminate the foremost threat to Jordanian domestic stability. Peace is within grasp and it is certainly not through an impossible two-state solution and so foreign governments must not oppose perpetual peace. West Sahara was once widely internationally recognized yet partial international recognition was largely retracted and so must international recognition be afforded Israeli and Jordanian sovereignty instead. Israel needs to wage an international diplomatic campaign to prepare the international community for the eventual peace settlement.

Published by Daniella Bartfeld

Daniella Bartfeld is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization.

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