Figure on a peace plan unveiled in June with limited autonomy and economic benefits for Palestinians, and security for Israel.
Amos Oz was branded a heretic for his stance on Palestine. American Jews are more accepting of him now, and he’s not quite sure what to make of that.
Both President Trump and Prime Minister Netanyahu have backed away from supporting a Palestinian state.
The Palestinian definition of the term ‘two-state solution’ is very different from the American and Israeli one.
Only 37 percent of Palestinians and 39 percent of Israeli Jews supported a hypothetical peace deal.
The goal of a two-state solution needs to persist past leadership that makes its realization impossible.
You cannot claim to support liberal values like democracy and equality while also supporting a state that does not share those values.
When I volunteered for the World Jewish Congress’ young professional group, I was criticized for criticizing the Israeli government.
If the prospects for a two-state solution continue to fade because of policies advocated by Netanyahu, the consequences will be dire for all of us.
One recent Thursday, events on three continents laid bare the colliding paranoias that keep the Middle East boiling. J.J. Goldberg takes it all apart.