Skip to comments.Herzog admits: 'Two-state solution' not realistic right now (left-wing Zionist Union leader)
Posted on 01/21/2016 5:15:10 AM PST by Olog-hai
Opposition leader MK Yitzhak Herzog admitted on Wednesday that the "two-state solution" is not feasible at this time.
"I look at the reality, and the reality as I read it is a complex one. I cannot see in the current reality how the two-state solution could be implemented," the Zionist Union chairman told Army Radio in an interview.
"I want to aspire to it, I want to negotiate it, and I am committed to it, but I do not see the ability to do that now," added Herzog, who continued, "In the absence of the ability to do that right now, there is a need to implement security measures that match the reality on the ground, and these measures require separation from the Palestinians." ...
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A two state solution will lead to a one state solution. And the Jews won’t be part of that one state. Maybe MK Herzog, if he has problems with Israel move to a different place. Maybe Syria.
Poor, poor Obama. Hss crowning glory was to be the ‘Two-state Solution’ and yet, it is one of his own that is admitting it would not work. I’m sure that Obama always wanted to blame Netanyahu for the failure of the ‘Two-state Solution’ to come to fruition during Obama’s tenure. Ahhhh, the hypocrisy of the Left never ceases to amaze me!
When the “Palestinians” chant “from the river to the sea”, that’s talking about a one-state solution, or should I say a one-Caliphate solution.
The two state solution didn't work when it was called the “1947 Partition for Palestine Plan” due to Arab rejection and it is the same warmed over diarrhea it was way back then.
It has never been realistic!!!
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