Dec. 8, 2019
On Friday, the US House of Representatives passed a non-binding resolution supporting the “two state solution.”
This caused considerable consternation among supporters of Israel. But, in fact, it is not terribly surprising:
The House is controlled by the Democrats. And they are responding to the very appropriate and long-overdue November 18 announcement by Sec. of State Pompeo that the US government has cancelled the Hansell Memorandum and reversed its policy regarding Israel’s presence in Judea and Samaria: the US position now is that the settlements in Judea and Samaria are not inconsistent with international law.
We were bound to see a pushback on this from the left. And I think that this provides us with an excellent opportunity to examine that so-called “two state solution.”
My position is that it doesn’t exist: