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r/IsraelPalestine

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Given the current status quo, Israel is slowly moving towards an inevitability of an apartheid state (some believe we’re already there), or a one state between the river and the sea which will effectively spell the end of the Jewish state majority.

For the Zionist Left, neither of these options are acceptable, therefore for the last few decades they have been championing a two state solution as the only plausible solution to the conflict.

The mainstream Israeli Right on the other hand has not offered any kind of solution to the conflict whatsoever, and instead allowed the status quo to fester while continuing to choke the Palestinian areas through settlement expansion, which is why after 12 + years of Likud rule, we are further than ever from any kind of resolution, and the two state solution is effectively dead.

Given the above, I’d like to question those who consider themselves Right Wing, (Israelis or pro Israelis), what they think Israel should do in order to change the dynamics of the conflict:

Should Israel:

1- maintain the status quo, since it’s not too bad for Israel, and there is no actual solution to the conflict

2- eliminate the PA, take over and rule the West Bank as it was Pre Oslo.

3- forcefully transfer the Palestinians, or some parts of the Palestinian population out of the West Bank to Jordan (or wherever).

4- a different solution.

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I found the possible worst subreddit.

While I was looking for subreddit related to Israel/Palestine so did I eventually find r/hamassupporters. Which I find absolutely disgusting, since they are supporting an terrorist organisation.

And I’m also looking for this subreddit’s opinion on the matter.

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