A Palestinian man argues with an Israeli border police officer during a protest in Jerusalem’s Old City. (AP Photo/Mahmoud Illean)
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More than half of Palestinians no longer support a two-state solution to the conflict with Israel, a survey released Monday showed, rejecting the goal that has underpinned four decades of international diplomacy. The poll by the Palestinian Center for Policy and Survey Research, a leading research group in the Palestinian territories, found that 51 percent of Palestinians oppose the two-state solution while 48 percent support it.Nearly two-thirds of Palestinians (65 percent) want Abbas, who has been president for 10 years, to resign.However, the survey showed 78 percent of Palestinians think the chances of getting their own state in the next five years are "slim to non-existent".
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