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Jewish News reviews The Israeli Solution: Is it time for the two-state plan to be ditched?

Jeremy Havardi reviews Caroline Glick’s agenda-setting new book, The Israeli Solution: A One State Plan for Peace in the Middle East   Since the 1990s, the dominant consensus in foreign policy circles is that only a two- state solution can resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.   Creating a Palestinian state has become an article of faith across the political mainstream, both in Europe…

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Israeli sovereignty over Judea and Samaria is inevitable

    This week Tablet Magazine published an article by David Goldman called “Between the Settlers and the Unsettlers, the One-State Solution Is on Our Doorstep,” in which he argues that Israel will have to apply its sovereignty over Judea and Samaria in the not too distant future because the Palestinians are incapable of governing themselves, and someone needs to be…

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Commentary Magazine Reviews The Israeli Solution

Review by Evelyn Gordon   Devotees of the two-state solution will surely dismiss Caroline Glick’s The Israeli Solution out of hand. They shouldn’t. Whether or not one agrees with Glick’s conclusions, it’s hard to dispute her premise: The two-state solution has failed repeatedly for more than 80 years, starting with serial British partition plans in the 1930s. Each time, it…

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The American Thinker reviews The Israeli Solution

By Ron Lipsman Originally published in the American Thinker   Caroline Glick has written a provocative new book entitled The Israeli Solution: A One State Plan for Peace in the Middle East. In it, she argues that the futile quest for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Arab conflict over the land between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan River is…

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The LA Jewish Journal book review of The Israeli Solution

A Solution to Grapple with by Rick Richman     Every time negotiations for a two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict fail — and they have now failed under the Clinton, Bush and Obama administrations — peace processors ritually repeat that creating two states is the “only” solution. The Palestinians willing to negotiate with Israel, however, insist they will never…

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