Monday, September 21, 2015

Funny headline of the day: Most Palestinians "no longer" support two-state solution

RAMALLAH, West Bank (Reuters) - More than half of Palestinians no longer support a two-state solution to the conflict with Israel, a survey released on Monday showed, rejecting the goal that has underpinned four decades of international diplomacy.

The Arabs who call themselves Palestinians have never been about supporting a two-state solution.

At best, they'd support separation long enough to build up the weaponry for a genocidal attack on Israel.

If they wanted a two-state solution, they could have had one in in 1947/48 and at anytime since.

It's a progressive dream to believe there has ever been any intent by "Palestinians" to have a state that includes recognizing Israel and leaving it alone.