Steve Wenick

Today’s Two-State Solution is the New Final Solution

The 1993-95 Oslo Accords states that the two-state solution should come as part of a negotiated settlement between Israel and the Palestinians. However, what the Biden administration and the British fail to understand, or engage in willful ignorance about, is the fact most Palestinians oppose the idea of a two-state solution because they want a Palestinian state to replace Israel, not have a state next to it.

In addition, the Americans, by no longer demanding that the Palestinians halt their homicidal incitement against Israel, stop their pay-to-slay program, Palestinian Arab rewarding those who murder Jews, serves as tacit approval of the homicidal policy.

Both the Biden administration and the British government stated that they are considering recognizing a Palestinian state. Their statements, encourage rather than condemn, Hamas to continue to murder, rape, decapitate, torture, and burn alive over 1,200 innocent civilians. Hamas, and too many Palestinian Arabs, celebrated the atrocities that were committed against Israelis, with celebratory ululations of joy accompanied by handing out sweets in the streets of Gaza, Judea, and Samaria.

Those who are promoting the idea of creating a Palestinian terror state next to Israel are rewarding terrorism and positioning Hamas to inflict more October 7 massacres. Israel is not suicidal, so at a time when its soldiers are fighting to eradicate Hamas, in order to deny it a platform in Gaza, from which to launch continued attacks upon Israel, is not the time to call for a cease-fire.

About the Author
Since retiring from IBM Steve Wenick has served as a freelance book reviewer for HarperCollins Publishing and Simon & Schuster. His reviews and articles have appeared in The Jerusalem Post, The Algemeiner, Jerusalem Online, Philadelphia Inquirer, Attitudes Magazine, and The Jewish Voice of Southern New Jersey. Steve and his wife are residents of Voorhees, New Jersey.
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