A Brief Note On The Palestinian Conflict Of The Palestine Conflict

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One State solution Talha Ahmad March 3, 2015 Advanced English 10 Period 7 Speech III Final Draft Introduction- The one-state solution is the only solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict that ensures peace and equality in the long run for Israelis and Palestinians. I. The Palestine-Israel conflict is a major problem A. State Problems B. Human rights abuses i. Amnesty International - 2014 conflict report C. War i. If Americans Knew - Death Toll II. Causes A. Israeli settlements keep being built i. The Guardian- settlement numbers B. Palestinians and Israelis live in drastically different situations i. Gallup - Inequality poll results C. Failure of original solution i. Immediate breakout of on and off wars ii. Foreign influence III. The one-state solution is the answer to the Israel-Palestine conflict A. The one-state solution would raise the standard of living for Palestinians and Israelis i. Would end military conflicts and airstrikes ii. Would be a democratic state B. The two-state solution would not end the conflict i. Didn’t work originally C. Support for the one-state solution is increasing i. Aljazeera - support numbers Conclusion- The one-state solution is the only solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict that ensures peace and equality in the long run for Israelis and Palestinians. Talha Ahmad March 3, 2015 Advanced English 10, Period 7 Speech III Final Draft Missiles. Bombs. Deaths. Repeat. Now, you may think that

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