Geneva Initiative Deputy Director Tehila Wenger writes about the consequences of giving up on the two-state solution in an op-ed to Haaretz:
“The two-state solution is not inevitable, and the challenges to achieving it have never been greater. It’s become fashionable to depict the discourse around the two-state solution as one of naivety versus realism. This implies that our future has already been decided in favor of inevitable and endless bloodshed. The “realism” spreading throughout both societies today is just rebranded despair.”
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