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Memo to Kerry: Support for one state is growing among Palestinians and Israelis, by Jonathan Ofir

Memo to Kerry: Support for one state is growing among Palestinians and Israelis

In his recent speech ‚Remarks on Middle East Peace‘ which I have already ‚interrupted‘ and appraised the selective historical timeline of, John Kerry had also misrepresented a very central other issue, which I have not yet regarded in detail: The wish amongst Israelis and Palestinians for a one-state solution.

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  1. Something in John Kerry, US Secretary of State in service’s speech troubles me, whe Kerry says „Today, there are a number – there are a similar number of Jews and Palestinians living between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea. They have a choice. They can choose to live together in one state, or they can separate into two states. But here is a fundamental reality: if the choice is one state, Israel can either be Jewish or democratic – it cannot be both – and it won’t ever really be at peace. Moreover, the Palestinians will never fully realize their vast potential in a homeland of their own with a one-state solution“.
    Kerry, by giving priority choice to a „Jewish“ state, instead of a DEMOCRATIC one, tells us his profound dependence from the Zionist idiology. Just think what this means!
    How can it be that Kerry, by opposing „Jewish“ and „democratic“ chooses „Jewish“ and not, what everybody would expect from a defender of a democracy,“democratic“? Segregation, as a value of „american democracy“?

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