On January 29, the Zionist regime rejected the new peace initiative by French foreign minister Laurent Fabius (Jewish). Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz reported a senior Israeli official saying that Fabius threat to recognize a Palestinian state (under Mahmoud Abbas) should the talks reach a dead end is blackmail.
“The foreign minister of France says up front that if his initiative reaches a dead end, France will recognize a Palestinian state. This statement is an incentive for the Palestinians to bring about a dead end. Negotiations cannot be held nor peace achieved in this manner,” Ha’aretz quoted the Israeli official.
In August 2015, former US president Jimmy Carter admitted that the so-called two-state solution is dead. Carter mainly blamed Israel for the execution of a Palestinian state.
Like Jimmy Carter, American proxy at United Nations, Ban Ki-moon, also took courage in his final year at the international forum to speak truth about Israel. On January 26, speaking about Israel-Palestinian conflict at the UNSC, he blamed Israel for blocking a solution to the conflict by continue building new illegal Jewish settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem. He also approved Palestinian resistance against Israel.
“As oppressed people have demonstrated throughout the ages, it’s human nature to react to occupation,” said Ban Ki-moon.
In response, a furious Netanyahu accused Ban Ki-moon of stoking Palestinian terrorism.
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatullah Ali Khamenei in his latest book, Palestine: The Most Important Problem of the Islamic World (here) has also doubted the viability of the so-called ‘two-state’ solution.
Folks who still keep hope for a ‘two-state’ solution are ignorant of western colonial history. The notorious Belfour Declaration (1917) proposed a ‘two-state’ which was rejected by the World Jewish Congress even before Ben-Gurion’s unilateral declaration state of Israel on May 14, 1948.
The only viable solution to the Jews-Palestinian conflict is a single democratic state in historic Palestine with equal right for both Native Muslims and Christians, and foreign Jewish settlers (here and here).