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  כסלו 18, 5774 , 21/11/13

'Israelis Don't Believe in Two-State Solution'

In an exclusive Arutz Sheva interview, Middle East expert Dr. Mordechai Kedar, of Bar-Ilan University’s BESA Center (Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies), dismissed calls for the establishment of a Palestinian Authority state in Judea and Samaria, saying that the number of Israelis who still believe in the "Two-State Solution" can "fit in two telephone booths"

. "And two years from now they will fit into a half of a telephone booth," he added dryly. When asked why, Dr. Kedar responded that "Gaza changed everything."

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