This is why there can never be a one-state solution

Israel has proved itself capable of running an economically successful and innovative democracy capable of defending itself from much larger countries. It allows freedom of speech and religion and people of different cultures co-exist inside the country. It has turned desert into productive land that other countries thought had no value.

Palestine, on the other hand, is at war not only with Israel (that it wants to annex and make part of Palestine after first killing or putting into exile all the Jewish Israelis) it is also at war with itself as was illustrated by the recent attempt to assassinate the Palestinian Prime Minister. Despite billions of dollars in aid being poured into it, Palestine is on the verge of economic collapse and has not looked after its citizens.

An explosion struck the convoy of the Palestinian prime minister on Tuesday (Wednesday NZ Time) as he was making a rare visit to Gaza, in what his Fatah party called an assassination attempt it blamed on Gaza militants.

The blast further complicated what already is a troubled reconciliation process between Gaza’s ruling Hamas militant group and the internationally backed Palestinian Authority in the West Bank.

It also cast a cloud over a meeting later on Tuesday (Wednesday NZT) at the White House, where international representatives were to discuss economic development and the dire humanitarian situation in Gaza.[…]


The Palestinians can’t even run their own country peacefully and without violent civil conflict so how could they possibly make a one-state solution work? They are a destructive country ruled by a hateful ideology as was illustrated when Israel gave them land in Gaza that had been transformed with glasshouses and that was producing food. They smashed all the glasshouses and destroyed all the technology simply because it had been built by Jews. When given billions in aid, instead of using it to make their country better for their citizens it has been spent on terrorism and luxuries for those in power.

Knowing this, it is hard to argue with the below assessment of what will happen if Israel is ever handed over to the Palestinians.


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