Which outcome in Israel is more likely? Say in the next 40 years.1) Israel dismantles all of the non-contiguous settlements in the West Bank as part of a two-state solution.2) A one-state solution which incorporates the West Bank and Gaza into Israel and offers eventual citizenship to the residents.Not that anyone has a crystal ball, of course. I'm just asking for gut feelings.An alternative to 1) and 2) would be a continuation of the current status quo for the next 40 years. This may be the most likely outcome.Peter
The peace plan that Arafat rejected would have involved trading some Israeli land to the Arabs in return for Israeli keeping some of the settlements.If peace happens, I think that's the most likely outcome.But I don't expect that to happen. I think a continuation of the status quo is more likely, because I don't think the Arabs will ever accept Israel.
Thank you for your response.Peter
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