Differing Paths to Israeli-Palestinian Peace


The “simple but vital step” President Obama should take instead is to present his blueprint for what a two-state solution should look like, including boundaries based on the June 4, 1967, lines with mutually agreed-upon land swaps; the rehabilitation of Palestinian refugees primarily within the Palestinian state; Jewish Jerusalem and Arab Al Quds as capitals with a special regime in Jerusalem’s Old City guaranteeing freedom of worship; a security framework safeguarding Israel’s security, and a demilitarized Palestinian state.

This is the best way to secure a Jewish democratic Israel and help bring peace to Israel and its neighbors, a goal we Israelis share with all American presidents over the last half-century


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