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** One-state solution **

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"Binationalism" and "Binational state" redirect here. For uses outside the
Israeli-Palestinian context, see Two Nations theory, Multinational state
and Consociationalism.

Part of a series on
the Israeli–Palestinian conflict
Israeli–Palestinian
peace process

History

Lausanne Conference 1949
Camp David Accords 1978
Madrid Conference 1991
Oslo Accords 1993 / 95
Hebron Protocol 1997
Wye River Memorandum 1998
Sharm el-Sheikh Memorandum 1999
Camp David Summit (parameters)
2000
Taba Summit 2001
Road Map 2003
Agreement on Movement and Access 2005
Annapolis Conference 2007
Mitchell-led talks 2010–11
Kerry-led talks 2013–14

Primary concerns

· · Final borders
· Israeli settlements
· Jewish state

· Palestinian political violence
· Palestinian refugees
· Security concerns
· · Status of Jerusalem

Secondary concerns

· Israeli West Bank barrier
· Places of worship
· Fatah–Hamas conflict
· Water
· Electricity

International brokers

· The "Quartet"

· (United Nations
· United States
·
European Union
· Russia)

· Arab League

· Egypt
· Jordan

· · United Kingdom
· France

Proposals

· **One-state solution*:*

· Isratin
Elon Peace Plan

· *Two-state solution:*

· Allon Plan
Arab Peace Initiative
Geneva Initiative
Lieberman Plan
Israeli Peace Initiative
Palestinian Prisoners' Document

· *Three-state solution*
· *Zero-state solution*

· *Israeli unilateral plans:*

· Hafrada
Disengagement
Realignment

Projects / groups / NGOs

· /Peace-orientated projects/

·  Israeli-Palestinian economic peace efforts
·  Valley of Peace
·  Middle East economic integration
·  Alliance for Middle East Peace
·  Peres Center for Peace

· v
· t
· e

The *one-state solution* and the similar *binational solution* are proposed
approaches to resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.^[1] Proponents of
a binational solution to the conflict advocate a single state in Israel,
the West Bank and the Gaza Strip,^[1]^[2] with citizenship and equal


Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/One-state_solution


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