March 21, 2014

A One-State Plan for Mideast Peace

Seth Lipsky, New York Post

Random House

The difficulties that Secretary of State Kerry is discovering in his quest for a peace deal between Israel and the Arabs have everyone looking for alternatives. The most radical is extending the Jewish state to the River Jordan and letting Arabs on the West Bank apply for Israeli citizenship.

This is becoming known as “The Glick Plan,” after Caroline Glick, the one-time Columbia University student who moved to Israel and emerged as one of its most valiant journalists. Her idea is outlined in a new book, “The Israeli Solution: A One-State Plan for Peace in the Middle East,” and it has a lot of people talking.

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