Indyk: “the two-state solution is not applicable at this time.”

For what it’s worth, Martin Indyk states “that the two-state solution is not applicable at this time. “I don’t believe that a one-state solution is any more viable than the solution that’s being presented at the moment in the Trump plan. I do think that in the end, the parties will eventually, after exhausting all the other possibilities, come around to the reality that the only way to live together is, first of all, to separate into two independent states living alongside each other in peace. But at the moment, the conditions, as I’ve said all along, aren’t ripe for that.”
Indyk’s statement makes no sense (is double-speak politok): “the reality that the only way to live together is, first of all, to separate into two independent states living alongside each other in peace.”
How are you “living together” if you are “separated into two independent states” living “alongside each other?” That’s like saying, “the only ways for there to be domestic tranquility is for the husband and wife to live in separate homes!”
What he should have said is, “the reality is that for there to be peace, there needs to be two separate independent states living alongside each other” –
In reality, there are two separate independent states living in peace alongside each other: Israel and Jordan.
As Israel is Western Palestine, Jordan is Eastern Palestine – that is the legal reality. Treaty law (e.g. the Anglo-American Treaty of 1924) stipulates that “no Palestine territory shall be ceded or leased to, or in any way placed under the control of the Government of any foreign Power.”
The Hashemites are a foreign Power (viz the Kingdom of the Hejaz) having their origins in Mecca, Arabia and are unlawfully occupying by military force Eastern Palestine (the Tribal territories of Gad, Reuven and Manasseh) in violation of Articles 5, 6, 15, and 25 of the Mandate for Palestine.
Treaty law also stipulates that “No person shall be excluded from Palestine on the sole ground of his religious belief.”
It’s time to end the Apartheid Hashemite Kingdom of trans-Jordan, send the Hashemites back to the “Kingdom of the Hejaz” and restore the Tribal territories of Gad, Reuven and Manasseh to the Jewish “Kingdom of HaShem” as per the Anglo-American Treaty of 1924 and as the Faisal-Weizmann Agreement stipulates the boundaries of Eastern Palestine are “just West of the Hajaz Rail Line!”

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