Establishing an arrangement with unequal rights between citizens of the state, involving discrimination against the palestinian (arab) population, would lead to clashes, violence, economic damage, and a drop in the standard and quality of life in israel the move could lead to a civil war – between jews. On may 14, 1948, in tel aviv, jewish agency chairman david ben-gurion proclaims the state of israel, establishing the first jewish state in 2000 years in the distance, the rumble of guns could be heard from fighting that broke out between jews and arabs immediately following the british army withdrawal earlier that day. After the war, which the israelis call the war of independence and the palestinians call the catastrophe, the 1949 armistice agreements established the separation lines between the combatants, leaving israel in control of some of the areas which had been designated for the arab state under the partition plan, transjordan. The global consensus for a two-state solution could be eroding and obstacles on the ground could potentially create an irreversible one-state reality it was impossible to square the circle of a one-state reality with the legitimate aspirations of israelis and palestinians, he stressed, appealing to the.
“the two-state solution is over,” palestinian negotiator saeb erekat told reporters, responding to donald trump's recognition of jerusalem as israel's capital “now is the time to transform the struggle for one state with equal rights for everyone living in historic palestine, from the river to the sea” as the new. In the un discussions the arab countries had opposed both making palestine a single binational state for arabs and for jews, and dividing it into two states they insisted that it become a single arab country and they refused to accept the un recommendation that two states be created, and did not allow the new arab state. The alternative, many argue, is an invitation to israel to swallow palestine many people support the idea, said mustafa barghouti, a palestinian legislator and a former candidate for president if the two-state solution is physically unattainable, we have only one option: a struggle to gain full and equal.
A new charter issued by hamas says that it would accept a palestinian state that includes the territories occupied by israel since 1967 and that it seeks war with in doha to discuss mending the political rift between the gaza strip and west bank and establishing a consensus government, pa media said (middle east eye. The outlines of peace are well known palestinians would accept the jewish state born from the war of 1947-48 (made up of about three-quarters of the british mandate of palestine) in return, israel would allow the creation of a palestinian state in the remaining lands it occupied in 1967 (about one-quarter.
1 nations' mandate, with its governance entrusted to britain before the creation of mandatory palestine however, the british foreign secretary, arthur james the un as jewish territory in an attempt to curtail the creation of a israeli state fighting ensued between the arab and israeli forces with the two sides winning and. When the jewish 'hard' left leads the battle for one state, pushing the only political horizon that isn't apartheid, us jews attack us - for fighting for the same a banner supporting the creation of a single state for israelis and palestinians: ' if i had to choose between one state and two states, i would choose.
In other words, no palestinian state israel would only accept one state between the river and the sea what rights palestinians would have are not clear and, to netanyahu, unimportant such ideas have been swirling in israel for about as long as it has occupied the west bank and gaza some israelis want. One can sense a great change among palestinians—a new lack of trust in the possibility of a palestinian state in ramallah, nablus, and and writing about this it is interesting that the shift is taking place at the very time when the whole world is united in pressing israel to help the palestinians create a state of their own. The division of the former british mandate of palestine and the creation of the state of israel in the years after the end of the second world war was the has been one of conflict between israel on one side and palestinians - represented by the palestine liberation organisation - and israel's arab neighbours, on the other. The most logical resolution of the conflict between the israelis and the palestinians is the establishment of two nation states the one-state solution is primarily supported by those who want to see the end of the jewish state, those whose.
For palestinians, can you as a people survive an all-out struggle between a muslim middle east and a jewish state capable of using weapons of mass destruction myth number one: middle east peace and the creation of a palestinian state is a vital national-security interest of the united states i can't tell you how many. It is going wrong fast – increasing injustice for the palestinians, storing up trouble for israel's children, and causing grave concern here among those responsible for britain's national security israel is creating new facts on the ground “leading towards one state and perpetual occupation” as kerry warned.
Zionist rationale for a bi-national state among the jewish zionist community, the most vocal supporters of a one state solution in palestine were members of brit shalom, formed in 1925 and of ihud created in 1942 the latter included jewish intellectuals such as martin buber and judah magnus, the first. To the us, israel was their foothold in the middle east israel was the one country who the us could be sure of when handling the coming years of communism struggle that would be felt all over the world during the cold war the conflict between israel and palestine had it's own core issues with territory. Originally answered: why are israel and palestine in a state of war is it largely because of religion or because of land conflict is the media biased towards israel this conflict goes back quite a long time, which is why it commands so much attention (although, when you actually count it, it's one of the least bloody conflicts. Compared to our findings in june 2014, support for the two-state solution decreases among israelis from 62% to 51% and among palestinians from 54% today there is an understanding that instead of fighting, the right thing to do is to build a shared future in two separate states: one - the state of israel,.