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New ideas to end the Palestine stalemateWhat should we make of these developments related to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict that occurred Thursday? The United Nations agency responsible for providing Palestinian refugees with essential needs, UNRWA, noted that eight months after the devastating Israeli destruction of many parts of Gaza, not a single destroyed home had been rebuilt, and 100,000 Palestinian refugees remained homeless.The Palestinian-Israeli conflict is stalemated, and the existing policy responses by both sides have been exhausted.In this situation, I recommend reading a book that came out some months ago that radically shakes up all the failed old views on how to try to resolve this conflict, and suggests a provocative and daring new approach to peacefully meeting the national rights of Israelis and Palestinians.Palestinians and Israelis could live anywhere in the entire single land, but their personal and national sovereign rights would be protected by respective Israeli and Palestinian state structures that overlap in places and remain distinct in others.
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