The two-state compromise drives arguments for and against Palestine’s UN membership

Screen Shot 2022-09-02 at 1.25.33 PM Following a meeting of the United Nations Security Council, Secretary-General of the United Nations Antonio Guterres (L) and President of Palestine and Palestinian National Authority Mahmoud Abbas arrive for a photo opportunity prior to a meeting at UN headquarters, February 20, 2018 in New York City. (credit: Drew Angerer / Getty Images)

By Ramona Wadi |  Middle East Monitor | Sept 1, 2022

“It would be hard to explain that in addition to being reluctant to hold Israel accountable for destroying the two-state solution before our eyes, you would also oppose a positive way that contributes to saving the two-state solution, which is the official policy of the United States,”
— Riyad Mansour, Palestinian Ambassador to the UN

The Palestinian Authority is once again seeking full membership of the UN, and the US has already expressed its opposition. The two-state compromise continues to form the premise for the arguments both…

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