June 14, 2014

Israel Elects a One-State President

Gershom Gorenberg, American Prospect

The Associated Press

Newly elected President Reuven Rivlin may mistakenly be seen as a symbol of new and surprising support for the idea that the only possible democratic outcome for Israelis and Palestinians is a binational state. But the one-staters of the right aren't at all interested in binationalism.

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