Civilians Offer Two-State Solution for Israel NPR's Robert Siegel talks with Ami Ayalon, former director of Israel's security service, about the peace initiative he and Sari Nusseibeh, president of Al-Quds University, have launched. The deal they are pushing for, referred to as a "2-State Solution," calls for dismantling most Jewish settlements in the West Bank and Gaza, and for Jerusalem to be the capital of both Israel and Palestine.
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Civilians Offer Two-State Solution for Israel

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Civilians Offer Two-State Solution for Israel

Civilians Offer Two-State Solution for Israel

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