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Locale of such a "Pal State" an open question....

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Submitted by Aryeh Green (Israel), May 23, 2017 at 04:02

And let's acknowledge, finally, that the question of the LOCATION of that "Palestinian" state would be determined as part of whatever real peace deal is reached - meaning achieving real accommodation, including acceptance of the Jews' claim to their ancestral homeland in whatever borders are agreed upon, ie. real peace. It could be in parts of Judea and Samaria; it could be in parts of or encompass all of present-day Jordan, once 70% of "Palestine"; it could include various models of shared sovereignty over parts of the land, or confederation between neighboring states. In conditions of real peace, the issue of who has sovereignty over specific territory becomes more academic and less existential....

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