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Solving of an un-solving conflict

Reader comment on item: The Three-Way Option: Arab States, Israel, Palestinians

Submitted by Kesselman (Denmark), Jan 25, 2017 at 14:26

As stated in the article, the attempts to solve the conflict have been many and to date fruitless. Thus more of the same seems hardly the path to walk. As David Schenker has documented in his study of Palestinian financial skills in "Palestinian Democracy & Governance - An Appraisal of the Legislative Council" (2000) is not impressive. Just yet another dysfunctional Arab state full of envy towards a prosperous Jewish Homeland.

To boil the overall conflict down to a manageable size, just one is necessary: The Arab states - or more correct - the Muslim world's recognition of the Jewish State of Israel situated between the River Jordan and the Mediterranean.


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