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Caroline Glick: Myth of the ‘Two-State Solution’

Caroline Glick

Caroline Glick

Caroline Glick of the Jerusalem Post and the Center for Security Policy discusses myths of the ‘two-state solution’ in the Middle East and lays out her blueprint for “Ending The Stalemate.” For a more in-depth look, go here.


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12 Responses to “Caroline Glick: Myth of the ‘Two-State Solution’”

  1. Just send the palistinians to Jordan. Problem solved

  2. Neil Fanous says:

    Just send Askenazi (fake ) Jews back to Eastern Europe … Problem solved

  3. Israel belongs to the Jews

  4. How long must Jews pretend there will be a Palestine?

  5. I am against that two State Solution!

  6. Jean Perles says:

    Allah has promised Israel to the Jews — so says Sheikh Ahmad Adwan, a Muslim scholar living in Jordan, who declared on his Facebook page recently that “Palestine” doesn’t exist.

  7. Jean Perles says:

    JORDAN IS PALESTINE, PALESTINE IS JORDAN…

  8. Jean Perles says:

    Allah has promised Israel to the Jews — so says Sheikh Ahmad Adwan, a Muslim scholar living in Jordan, who declared on his Facebook page recently that “Palestine” doesn’t exist.

  9. Just send fascists like Neil Fanous to death camps, a place his soulmates created!!!

  10. Jean Perles says:

    Palestinian State? Forget It………….
    ….we cannot occupy our own Land! JUDEE,SAMARIA,
    PART INDIVISIBLE OF ISRAEL
    JUDEE,SAMARIA,
    PART INDIVISIBLE OF ISRAEL
    THERE IS NO SUCH THING AS A PALESTINIAN PEOPLE! THEY HAVE NO RIGHTS TO THE HOMELAND OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE »
    JERUSALEM, CAPITAL INDIVISIBLE DE L’ETAT JUIF D’ISRAEL…..

  11. There is only one state, that is jerusalem!! Jordan is Palestinian state!!

  12. The name 'Palestine' was made up by the Romans after they defeated the Judeans to eliminate Jewish identity to the land. Judeans or Jews as we are known to others have never forgotten our tie to the land. It is historical fact.
    The Romans killed a third of the inhabitants, enslaved another third and dispersed the rest. Yet a remnant of the Jewish people remained in the land. From the Romans through the Byzantines and Ottomans the land was nothing more than a wasted province of whatever empire ruled. When the Ottomans crumbled after World War One the victorious European powers divided control of the Mideast amongst themselves. Arabia was broken into different regions by tribal affiliation. After the Saudis wrested hegemony from the Hashemite family, the British set the the Hashemites in a modern arbitrarily delineated country called Jordan. This part of the British Mandate had been known as the area of The Trans-Jordan. They set the current king's great-grandfather, Abdullah, as the monarch to further enhance their influence. There was no nation of Palestine. It was a term handed down through the millennia to describe a vassal territory of whatever empire ruled and collected taxes.

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