What’s Next for Israel/Palestine

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What’s Next for Israel/Palestine? An Introduction
MICHAEL LERNER

Until Two States Exist, Palestinians Deserve Voting Rights in Israel
DAVID BIALE

The Logic of Abandoning the Two-States Campaign
REBECCA SUBAR

Nonviolence, BDS, and the Dream of Beloved Community in Palestine/Israel
LYNN GOTTLIEB

We Need to Make Peace More Lucrative Than Occupation
RAJA SHEHADEH

Israel Can’t Have It Both Ways: Recognize Palestine or Grant Equal Rights
SAM BAHOUR AND TONY KLUG

The Only Road to Sustainable Peace: Pluralistic Democracy
MAZIN QUMSIYEH

If You Want Justice, Support All Forms of Nonviolent Pressure on Israel
REBECCA VILKOMERSON

Escaping the Two-State Snare
IAN S. LUSTICK

Moving Beyond the One-State/Two-State Debate
ANDREW ARATO

Israel’s Human Shields Defense: Shielding Israeli War Crimes
OVADIA EZRA

A New Horizon for Peace: An Israel-Palestine Union
OREN YIFTACHEL

State-Building Can Pave the Way to Statehood: Lessons from Kurdistan
REUVEN KIMELMAN

Israeli Elections Won’t End Oppression in Palestine/Israel
AMER SHURRAB

Closing Thoughts on “What’s Next for Israel/Palestine?”
MICHAEL LERNER

Online Exclusives

These online exclusives  are freely accessible articles that are part of an ongoing special series associated with Tikkun’s Fall 2015 print issue, What’s Next For Israel/Palestine.

A Two-State Solution is the Only Option
ALON BEN-MEIR

The Legacy of Jewish Trauma
TIRZAH FIRESTONE

“The Ploughshare Without Fear”: Remembering Martin Buber (1878-1965)
CAROL ASCHER

Communities of Faith Must Join to Demand an Arms Embargo
TIMOTHY R. PRISK

Moving Beyond Despair
DOV WAXMAN

The Problem with Solutions
NOAH HABEEB

On the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Back to Democratic Basics
SAM SUSSMAN

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2 Responses to What’s Next for Israel/Palestine

  1. Dr. Natan Ophir November 25, 2015 at 2:25 pm

    Join us in Israel-Palestine in promoting the One State solution – One state for both Israelis and Palestinians. Our country is much too small to be divided.

  2. Ketty Wadia November 25, 2015 at 8:38 pm

    I agree that Israel-Palestine should be one country and all the people who were forcibly exiled should be allowed to return and their property and land be returned to them. The wall should come down and each person who lives in Israel/Palestine should have equal rights. Isn’t it surprising, that President Reagan brought the Berlin wall down, but a wall twice the size was built by Israel to keep the Palestinians from having access to their own land. Those who have suffered are now inflicting suffering on the people whose land they are occupying. Have they forgotton the suffering of the Holocaust? It is shameful that the world looks on and does nothing. What is stopping America from seeing the truth in the occupation of Palestine and not being honest to tell the Netanyahu government that they are oppressing innocent people. I can’t understand the apathy of America. They will sit down to their Thanksgiving dinner, while Palestinians are starving, being denied Justice, being treated inhumanely, their homes forcibly demolished, while the world looks on and does nothing?. Is this why America is called the greatest country in the world?

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