November 7, 2013

Two-State Paradigm 'Unworkable'

Bar Ilan Prof. Efraim Inbar joins growing chorus of Israeli figures rejecting 2-State Solution; says 'even Palestinians' prefer status-quo.

The “two-state solution” doesn't work – and even Palestinian Authority Arabs know it, according to Professor Efraim Inbar of Bar Ilan University.
“The paradigm being touted” where Israel and a Palestinian Authority state would share the territory west of the Jordan River is unworkable, Inbar said. “It hasn't worked in the past and won't work in the future. It may be time for a different paradigm,” he said.
Inbar, director of the Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies (BESA) at Bar-Ilan University, was speaking Wednesday at a conference at Haifa University discussing the outcome of the Oslo Agreements, 20 years after they were signed.

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