Can Israel survive without a two-state solution?
April 4, 2013

Can Israel survive, as a Jewish state without a two-state solution – one that partitions Jerusalem, which is holy to both Muslims and Jews?

The numbers don’t lie – there are more Palestinians than there are Israeli Jews. So without apartheid, Israel cannot remain a Jewish state and a democracy unless something changes.

OutFront tonight: Jeremy Ben-Ami, Jstreet Executive Director and Morton Klein, President of Zionist Organization of America.

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