"If you accept the imperative of a two-state solution,
then it no longer matters whether Israel's claim to the West Bank is superior to the Arab claim -- because a two-state solution necessarily means Israel relinquishing nearly all of the West Bank.
Construction on the other side of the 1967 borders is an obstacle to peace -- because it makes a two-state solution more difficult.
Settlements are not the root cause of the conflict, but ... the United States and other governments that support Israel oppose settlement expansion -- because it will eventually make a two-state solution impossible.
The burden is on Israel to find a solution not because this is Israel's fault ... but because Israel is the party that needs a two-state solution."
הודעת דוא"ל זו נבדקה לאיתור וירוסים על ידי תוכנת האנטי-וירוס של avast.