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For more than 70 years, the U.S. has sought to negotiate a peaceful solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. @Doranimated  discusses why no administration’s diplomatic approach has succeeded.

For nearly three decades, the so-called two-state solution has dominated discussions of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Now, writes, @YousefMunayyer , the two-state solution is dead, and good riddance.

“The awkward truth that Washington is only gradually beginning to admit to itself is that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will not, in fact, be solved with a two-state solution.”

What incentive will the next American president have to expend political capital on yet another attempt to breathe life back into the Israeli-Palestinian diplomatic process? | Opinion

@Doranimated  argues that the Trump administration’s approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict today, while no more likely to result in a deal than the efforts of its predecessors, at least recognizes the reality of power dynamics in the region.

Critics of the Trump administration’s approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict are correct about the unlikely prospects for a deal anytime soon, writes @Doranimated , but a deal was no more likely under any of its predecessors.

Critics of the Trump administration’s approach to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict miss the mark, argues @Doranimated . Although Trump is unlikely to negotiate a deal, at least he has shattered the illusions many still hold about regional dynamics.

“The awkward truth that Washington is only gradually beginning to admit to itself is that the Israeli-Palestinian conflict will not, in fact, be solved with a two-state solution.” @Doranimated  evaluates U.S. efforts to negotiate Middle East peace.

I’m at an event honoring the incredible Dr. Judith Richter (look her up) where Presidents Bush and Clinton are speaking. “I don’t think the Iranians think peace in the Middle East is in their national interest,” Bush says to a question about Israeli-Palestinian relations.

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Netanyahu's proposal to annex occupied territory would violate international law and make a two state solution nearly impossible. All who support Israeli-Palestinian peace must oppose it.

Let's pray for peace and a swift end to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict! Is there any hope?....

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Nothing better than an Israeli-Palestinian peace process that includes neither Israelis nor Palestinians. You only get that galaxy-brain level thinking from people without security clearances.

Are Jews white? Sometimes. But if you don't think white privilege is operating here, imagine if Malia Obama had converted to Islam and married a devout Palestinian Muslim, who Barack Obama then put in charge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. You can't even imagine it, can you?

Last month a Palestinian terrorist murdered Ari Fuld, an American-Israeli. Palestinian leaders said the terrorist became eligible for salaries & benefits, a reward & incentive. Today a terrorist murdered 2 Israelis—the incitement & atrocities must end. —>

"What we witnessed here today in the Security Council is an insult. It won’t be forgotten. It’s one more example of the doing more harm than good in addressing the Israeli-Palestinian conflict." -Amb. Haley after vetoing a UNSC resolution on Jerusalem:

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White House officials acknowledge President Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital has damaged the Israeli-Palestinian peace process

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There’s a reason why all past US administrations have not made this move, and why leaders around the world have warned Trump against it: It would undermine the prospects for an Israeli-Palestinian peace agreement and severely, perhaps irreparably, damage our ability to broker it.

After allowing this anti-Israel resolution to pass the UN, Secretary Kerry has no credibility to speak on Israeli-Palestinian peace.

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