Stop using misleading term ‘two-state solution’
ZOA in the news
April 11, 2013

During his visit to Israel, President Barack Obama reiterated the need for what he and many others call a “two-state solution.”

We strongly oppose the use of this term – and not for political reasons. Even if one believes that establishing a Palestinian state is necessary to secure a genuine peace, one should stop using this term because it is a misnomer, both inaccurate and misleading.

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