I believe the way forward is one state, and Israeli Jews must let go of their misconceptions and understand that opening the borders will not only bring poetic justice and decolonization, it will actually create a democratic country that is free of any religious characterization, all the way from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea.
Danielle Alma Ravitzki
I still believe that the Right of Return is the founding stone for the resolution of the conflict over Palestine especially if it combines with a new post-nationalist vision of creating a secular and democratic one state in mandatory Palestine. A state for all its inhabitants, Palestinians (residents and refugees) and Israeli Jews without any distinction based on sex, gender, race, color, religion, language, nationality. A state of full citizenship, of rule of law for all.
Naji El Khatib
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Are your sentiments with regard to our conviction best described as anything in between hesitant to hostile?
It is not easy to imagine let alone embrace a perspective on a shared future having lived in a reality for decades in which hostility, violence, oppression, dispossession and inequality define the relationship between the communities concerned. A reality in which the vision of a shared future in equality has never been presented outside the realm of academics or maybe at times, as a veiled threat.
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