It’s already one state
Rashid Khalidi, professor of Arab Studies at Columbia, and the author of several clear-eyed studies of the Palestinians as well as sober assessments of the Israelis (to say nothing of U.S. foreign policy) is interviewed in Ha’aretz. His long years of thought and study provide this interview with a larger and clearer picture of what could happen in Israel/Palestine than we usually get in the MSM.
Sample: “Q. So you think we’re headed for a one-state solution?
“A. We already have a one-state solution. There is only one state between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean. There are two or three levels of citizenship or non-citizenship within the borders of that one sovereign state that’s in control, or at least the state that decides everything that is important. When I go in, I don’t go into a Palestinian state, I cross Israeli borders, whether it’s at the river or at Ben Gurion airport. So we have a one state solution, and that’s what we’re going to have for the foreseeable future, unless the Israelis or people who have the ability will persuade the Israelis to reverse the dynamic that has made a two-state solution virtually impossible.”