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 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...4mos4MO

Yes

 @9LQNSKN from Kansas agreed…4wks4W

A two-state solution has widespread support among Israelis and Palestinians, as well as endorsement from global leaders and organizations. It offers Palestinians self-determination and is seen as a practical way to achieve lasting peace.

 @9LNYJ44 from South Carolina agreed…4wks4W

It’s as simple as look at the death rates in Palestine. If that doesn’t make you feel something then you should be locked up and no where near this topic.

 @9LGHBF5Democrat from New Jersey disagreed…1mo1MO

The Palestinians have been radicalized and should not have a state until they demonstrate their willingness for peaceful coexistence.

 @ISIDEWITHDiscuss this answer...4mos4MO

No

 @9LQNSKN from Kansas disagreed…4wks4W

The Two-State Solution for Israel and Palestine is the closest thing both sides can get to equality.

 @9LNYJ44 from South Carolina disagreed…4wks4W

If two state solution means that the war ends on the basis of them staying to themselves and having individual states then I absolutely agree. I believe at this point Palestinians would be grateful for this option.

 @9LGHBF5Democrat from New Jersey agreed…1mo1MO

The polls of Palestinians in Gaza and the West Bank since Oct 7 show that the vast majority continue to support Hamas and violence against Israel.

 @9JMJNQL from Washington answered…4mos4MO

In an ideal world this would work but I don't think this is realistic because both sides have expressed a disliking of that solution (especially Palestine)

 @9JLXDP9 from Tennessee answered…4mos4MO

I think that a two-state solution to the conflict could be made possible under new Palestinian leadership, as long as Hamas is not given any type of control.

 @9JYSL9L from New Jersey answered…3mos3MO

This question makes no sense because Hamas/Palestine is fighting to have a 1 state in the region without Jews.

 @9JN7XJFRepublican from Maine answered…3mos3MO

Yes, if Hamas surrenders and the Palestinians agree to peace and to root out Terrorist Organizations in there country.

 @9JM2KPY from Maryland answered…4mos4MO

I believe in a two-state solution if Gaza is temporarily under the control of Israel for the reconstruction process to ensure that another Anti-Semitic or terrorist organization is not elected as their government.

 @9KCS2Y4 from New York answered…3mos3MO

I don't believe this will do much help. Palestinians may be okay with this agreement, but Hamas just wants to exterminate the Jews, and this "solution" will not diminish their hatred.

 @9JVMCC6 from Illinois answered…3mos3MO

The Palestinian state in this scenario must be demilitarized in order to assure Israel remains secure. The UN can no longer be trusted to be the international organization in charge of oversight.

 @9JNL5ZDRepublican from Michigan answered…3mos3MO

I do not care what happens to Palestine after all of the terrorism they have committed against Israel. We should strive for a two-state solution, however Palestinians have refused MANY two-state solutions, and instead want to wipe Jews and Israel off of the map.

 @9JM2778answered…4mos4MO

Hamas is a terrorist organization that rapes and murders Jews, and is committed to the mass slaughter of all Jews. Hamas should be obliterated, and a moderate government put in place.

 @9L27D8R from Alabama answered…2mos2MO

No, because it will never work as has been proven in the past Palestinians don’t really want piece with Israel.

  @9CJ6CB6 from Virginia commented…2mos2MO

Nor does Israel with Palestine. Both have genocidal intent, and one is far stronger than the other. There’s no solution, literally the cleanest one (not advocating for it here) would be the dissolution of Israel entirely, but that appeasement would likely not stop the Muslim world from remaining hostile.

 @9MFV78MLibertarian from California answered…5 days5D

Make a Jewish and Arab state? No. Make two separate countries where both religions are allowed? Sure!

 @9MDHG7GIndependent from Georgia answered…7 days7D

There will never be peace in that region as long as three major religions are staking their claim. There is no solution.

 @9MCPC8Z from Ohio answered…1wk1W

Israel should be held accountable to the genocide that they have been committing and all land should be given to Palestine

 @9MBWSZF from Iowa answered…1wk1W

I support whatever situation will result in everyone having the same rights. Either 1 or 2 state solution. Whichever situation would allow for everyone to have equal rights, the right to return, and freedom of movement. Everyone deserves equal access to electricity, water, construction materials, roads, schools, hospitals, everything. Everyone deserves the right to have a say in their government.

 @9MB2LP3 from Oregon answered…1wk1W

No, there should be one democratic state of Palestine where Jews, Christians, and Muslims are equal citizens.

 @9M8FHH4 from Texas answered…2wks2W

That would have been a good solution but now it's gone too far and I believe Israeli shouldn't exist anymore and they should give back the land to Palestinians and live in peace with each other.

 @9M6KK6N from Texas answered…2wks2W

I don’t think I know enough to make a clear decision, however, Palestine/Gaza should not be ruined by Israel. It’s no longer self defense…

 @9M3YSKV from Kansas answered…2wks2W

I do not really have an opinion on this mainly because I do not have a good reason to agree or disagree and that is because I do not know a lot about this topic.

 @9K99V29  from Florida answered…3wks3W

No, Israel in its existence as an apartheid settler colony is ontologically a threat to international security and its treatment of its neighbors only heightens that

 @9LZQ7MQRepublican from Florida answered…3wks3W

Yes, a two-state solution is the only realistic route to peace. Palestine should be required to combat terrorist groups within their country, though

 @9LZKW7D  from Indiana answered…3wks3W

No, the Palestinians have failed to demonstrate good faith. They have proven to desire the genocide of Jews and the destruction of the Jewish sate of Israel.

 @9LXB8JS from Arizona answered…3wks3W

I believe we should create a proposal saying that Israel and Palestine should have equal protection in this war, maybe the two state solution can work, but both should see each other as a state/ or place

  @Aodhan.L  from Kansas answered…3wks3W

I think an end to the apartheid state is better-- something significant needs to change because the status quo is horrendous

 @9LV4YKV  from Texas answered…3wks3W

A one state solution where Israelis and Palestinians co-exist would be better, but a two state solution is better than the current situation.

 @9LSLB6J from Arizona answered…3wks3W

Sure, a ceasefire would be absolutely wonderful. It would be even more great if we also stopped doing things like funding genocides and massacres without a care in the world.

 @9LPQVD2Peace and Freedom from Texas answered…4wks4W

No I do not support a two state solution. Since the current israeli governments whole purpose is to destroy that reality.

 @9LLV2Z3 from New York answered…1mo1MO

I think there should be better regulations of the two state solution of israel and palestiain because Isreal has controlled basically all of palestaine and has taken so much land over the decades. Their should be stricter way to prevent israel of taking advantage of the people of palestine.

 @9LJRSWHConstitution from California answered…1mo1MO

We can have a two state solution but looking through history it just never worked out with one wanting more land from the other so really I think it should be a one state thats called Palestine since it was like that before and the Jews, Muslims lived in it with peace. The greed of one country makes it hard to have the solution.

 @9LJ5ZD4 from Washington answered…1mo1MO

I don't have any knowledge of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. which could cause bias determination.

 @9LH77SM from Pennsylvania answered…1mo1MO

They should be completely separate entities with no impact on each other. Palestinians should gain all their land back and Israel's power should be limited greatly.

 @9LGVP4H from Florida answered…1mo1MO

Yes, but not with the current administration and state of Israel's government. They are rotten to the core and utterly fascistic. Netanyahu must be deposed and a more peaceful leader who is open for negotiation appointed by the people of Israel. Additionally, the United States must show some backbone and oppose Israel's expansionism and blatant violations of international laws, with force if necessary.

  @JcawolfsonIndependent  from Pennsylvania answered…1mo1MO

I support a United State solution where there are different providences and power is equally shared between Israel and Palestine. However, the people of that region must strive for it.

 @9LFNTP4 from Wisconsin answered…1mo1MO

No, nation-states should not be allowed and it makes it far too easy for Israel to continue its offensive against Palestine under the pretense of warring states.

 @9LB26GTIndependent from Massachusetts answered…2mos2MO

Yes, but I also support the end of all diseases. Reality shows that Palestinians have never wanted two states, which is why there arent.

 @9L8RKPD from Texas answered…2mos2MO

No, I support a one state solution with Palestine as the sole country - Arabs, Muslims, Christians, Jews, etc can all live there, but the Zionist government and apartheid state needs to go.

 @9L7VTWD from Washington D.C. answered…2mos2MO

REVELATION 2:9
"I know the blasphemy of them that say they are Jews and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan”.
The so called Jewish people around the world today in large-scale have genetic similarities to Central and Eastern
European and Slavic populations meaning genetically they are not descendants from the Middle East.
Instead, Virtually all the so called Jews today came from the North Caucasus, located along the border between Europe and Asia between the Black and Caspian seas. Europeans who converted to Judaism. Simple.

 @9L7P6NQ from California answered…2mos2MO

No, the two nations can’t coexist in peace, so one needs to be destroyed in order to save humanity from complete destruction

 @9L6F7CTSocialist  from Florida answered…2mos2MO

NO. Israel stole and occupied that land ILLEGALLY and VIOLENTLY. They do not deserve to keep stolen land at any capacity.

 @9L6367K from Texas answered…2mos2MO

Yes, but only if the border between Palestine and Israel remains protected to prevent Israel invading again, and we should support Palestine and help them rehabilitate

 @9L5ZRHD from Indiana answered…2mos2MO

I think that the two state solution is far too simple because of the deep rooted history. I think we need to find ways so that they can live together in peace.

  @LucidLibertarian  from Oregon answered…2mos2MO

Yes, but it should be done without the interference of our government. Nations should use diplomacy to resolve conflicts and determine the best means of negotiations.

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