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....and will continue to do so as more and more people become aware of Israels actions:

The Israeli embassy in Tel Aviv declined to comment on the interview.

At 40, Gould is the first Jewish person to serve as British ambassador to Israel. He said in an interview to mark his arrival in Israel in 2010 that being Jewish gave him "a visceral understanding of why Israel is so fixated on its own security and why security and peace mean so much to Israel and why it's a country which feels so keenly that it lives on the knife edge". He previously held posts in Tehran, Washington and Downing Street.

A second high-profile British diplomat last month said that the prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinians were diminishing. In an article for Prospect, Tom Phillips, who was Gould's predecessor as ambassador to Israel, said both sides and the international community were responsible for "the chances of a solution to the long-running conflict [growing] bleaker".

Phillips, who recently retired after a stint as ambassador to Saudi Arabia, wrote: "This is the most complex conflict I know. And it may already be too late to achieve a two-state solution, even if that would have been the right solution, and the only possible solution."

So, it's one state or the possibility eventually of no state.


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