Mr. Balfour expressed great satisfaction that Justice Brandeis came to Europe. He said the Jewish problem (of which the Palestinian question is only a fragment but an essential part) is to his mind as perplexing a question as any that confronts the statesmanship of Europe…[T]he problem was, of course, complicated by the extraordinary phenomenon that Jews now are not only participating in revolutionary movements but are actually, to a large degree, leaders in such movements.Read more . . .
The Morning AfterEdward SaidLondon Review of Books, Vol. 15 No. 20 · 21 October 1993http://www.lrb.co.uk/v15/n20/edward-said/the-morning-after Now that some of the euphoria has lifted, it is possible to re-examine the Israeli-PLO agreement with the required common sense. What emerges from such … Read more . . .
The Templers: German settlers who left their mark on Palestine In the late 19th Century a group of German Christians called the Templers settled in the Holy Land on a religious mission. What began with success though ended three generations … Read more . . .
The One-State Solution By MUAMMAR QADDAFI New York Times, January 21, 2009 THE shocking level of the last wave of Israeli-Palestinian violence, which ended with this weekend’s cease-fire, reminds us why a final resolution to the so-called Middle East … Read more . . .
The Stuttgart Declaration For a One State Solution in Palestine – An Analysis (26 January 2011) Lawrence Davidson Part I – Historical Context When Yasir Arafat took over the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in 1969 he changed it from a … Read more . . .
The one-state reality vs. the two-state idea By Noam Sheizaf |Published May 18, 2012 In the wake of a unity deal between the Likud and Kadima, which resulted in one of Israel’s largest coalitions in history, some claimed that there … Read more . . .
The Israel-Palestine Conflict: One State for Two People Ahmed Moor (MUFTAH) May 25, 2012 In recent years, the one-state solution has claimed a large proportion of the Palestine/Israel bandwidth. For many people, interest in the issue arose out of necessity. … Read more . . .
http://www.haaretz.com/opinion/two-state-salvation.premium-1.490386 Opinion Two-state salvation.Belatedly, Western governments have shed their inhibitions and are speaking out forcefully to Israel to commit to the two-state solution – rather than toward the Jewish state’s extinction. By David Landau | Dec.27, 2012 | 3:23 PM … Read more . . .
http://news.yahoo.com/israel-confirms-killing-arafat-deputy-1988-161310127.htmlIsrael confirms killing Arafat deputy in 1988By ARON HELLER | Associated Press – 11 hrs ago…. JERUSALEM (AP) — Israel acknowledged Thursday it killed Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat’s deputy in a 1988 raid in Tunisia, lifting a nearly 25-year veil … Read more . . .
http://www.haaretz.com/weekend/magazine/jerusalem-born-thinker-meron-benvenisti-has-a-message-for-israelis-stop-whining.premium-1.469447 Jerusalem-born thinker Meron Benvenisti has a message for Israelis: Stop whining The notion of a Jewish-democratic state is an oxymoron and the two-state solution will never work. ‘This country is a shared land, a single homeland,’ he says. By … Read more . . .
The Palestinian Right of Return precedes the right of Soviet citizens to settle in Israel Elias Davidsson, April 1990 The decision of the State of Israel to promote the massive influx of Soviet citizens to the Middle-East has drawn critical … Read more . . .
Excerpts from the Encyclopaedia Judaica, Second Edition, Volume 3 Entry: Balfour Declaration [by Isaiah Friedman] “The Declaration was a deliberate act of the British cabinet and part of the its general foreign policy. It was a national policy in the … Read more . . .
There’s Nothing Idealistic About the One-State SolutionA Response to Michael Neumann by JONATHAN COOKCounterpunch NOVEMBER 08, 2011http://www.counterpunch.org/2011/11/07/after-palestines-statehood-bid/ This is at least the third time in the past four years that philosophy professor Michael Neumann has used these pages to lambast … Read more . . .
Palestinian Statehood – Kalaam Faadi by Lynda Burstein Brayer (Swans – August 29, 2011) Background Our present age is experiencing a trauma of dislocation, the proportions of which are at least equal to the Copernican Revolution, the … Read more . . .
Nahum Barnea Yediot Aharonot, 25 May 1993 President Hayim Weizmann proposed a transfer of a million Arabs from Palestine to Iraq to settle Polish Jews in their place In February 1941, Dr. Hayim Weizmann [who became later the … Read more . . .
http://www.counterpunch.org/christison01252011.html We Told You So! The Palestine Papers and What They Reveal About the US/Israeli Agenda By KATHLEEN CHRISTISON Many people told them so — told them, meaning told the United States and Israel and even the overeager Palestinian leadership, … Read more . . .
TIBI: The tragedy of a two-state solution Settling for a single nation may soon prove the only road to peace By Ahmad Tibi The Washington Times 6:55 p.m., Monday, December 27, 2010 Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is toying with the … Read more . . .
Facebook in Gaza Karma Nabulsi 10 January 2011http://www.lrb.co.uk/blog/2011/01/10/karma-nabulsi/facebook-in-gaza/ Last weekend the Observer carried a dramatic account of ‘The Gaza Youth Manifesto’, written in English by a handful of young people in Gaza and posted on Facebook. Given the thousands of people in … Read more . . .
http://electronicintifada.net/v2/article11286.shtml Opinion/Editorial The PA’s disingenuous boycott campaign Ali Abunimah, The Electronic Intifada, 25 May 2010 In recent weeks, the US- and Israeli-backed Ramallah-based Palestinian Authority (PA) has made a show of calling on Palestinians to boycott goods manufactured in Israeli settlements in the West … Read more . . .
http://dissidentvoice.org/2009/12/dangers-of-the-two-states-solution/ Dangers of the Two States Solution by Dr. Elias Akleh / December 16th, 2009 The Two States Solution (Israeli and Palestinian states) to the Zionist-Arab conflict has been, lately, revived as the only practical solution to the conflict. This … Read more . . .