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Argument: One state is more peaceful then a two state solution

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"The Palestinians are like crocodiles, the more you give them meat, they want more." -- Ehud Barak, Prime Minister of Israel at the time - August 28, 2000. Reported in the Jerusalem Post August 30, 2000. [1] A state for the Palestinians would result in a foundation to more violence against Israel. This shows that no matter how hard you try to appease them they never will be pleased. And Hammas is already attacking Israel constantly if he has a country on which to do legal trade he can get more weapons to attack Israel with thus leading to and escalated scenario and a full out war between the two countries. And Palestine took Israel from the Israelites at around 500 C.E so they took what is rightfully Israels. And Israel took back what was theirs. So this act of one state is just and called for.


[2] :A state for the Palestinians would result in a foundation to more violence against Israel. This shows that no matter how hard you try to appease them they never will be pleased. And Hammas is already attacking Israel constantly if he has a country on which to do legal trade he can get more weapons to attack Israel with thus leading to and escalated scenario and a full out war between the two countries. And Palestine took Israel from the Israelites at around 500 C.E so they took what is rightfully Israel´s. And Israel took back what was theirs. So this act of one state is just and called for.

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