Palestinian leader Muhammad Dahlan Accepts the “one-state solution”

Leader of Democratic Reformists within Fatah Movement, Muhammad Dahlan, announced his acceptance of the “one-state” solution, after Israel destroyed the two-state solution, become against the peace process, and violated all international agreements.

He affirmed his efforts to restore the unity of Fatah movement and end the exclusivity, exclusion i the movement.

Dahlan’s statements came before the organizational conference of the Democratic Reform Movement in Fatah movement, which held on Wednesday, in which he welcomed the political, pointing out that the movement he leads continues the path he has chosen for himself.


Dahlan stressed that we have no problem with anyone, and we welcome those who want a relationship with us for the sake of Palestine and Jerusalem.


He added, “the occupation has violated all international agreements and conventions, I accept the one-state as a challenge option after the occupation destroyed the basics of the two-state solution.

Palestinian observers agreed on the importance of the call made by the leader of the Democratic Reform Movement in the Fatah movement, Muhammad Dahlan, about accepting the “one-state” solution as a challenge option after Israel destroyed the basics of the two-state solution, turned its back on the peace process and violated all international agreements.

Observers pointed out that Israel will not accept this solution because it’s against the Zionist plan based on settlement, Judaization, land confiscation and the adoption of racist laws that disavow the rights of the Palestinian people, the last one was the “nationalism” law approved by the Israeli Knesset.

Professor of political science, Mukhaimar Abu Saada said, Dahlan’s call to accept the one-state solution is an important call, but it faces the Israeli rejection, which practices the “apartheid” which tries day and night to Judaize the land, confiscate lands in favor of settlement expansion plans.

Abu Saada considered that Dahlan’s call about this political vision was a real threat to the Israeli government in order to pressure it to accept international resolutions, comply to the international legitimacy and peace process, noting that there must be solutions to the conflict that has been going on for more than 70 years, both with regard to the two-state solution. Or the one-state solution that Dahlan presented during the Democratic Reform Movement conference held in Gaza, or any other solutions that are subject to national consensus.


He added, “Despite the state of “clinical death” from which the “two-state solution” suffers, this solution is the most appropriate solution for the international community and all international parties to solve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.


He pointed out that Israel preempted all political solutions through the policy settlement Jews in the West Bank, where more than 700,000 Jews live in settlements in the occupied West Bank, and that there is no political component in Israel that can talk about negotiations and concluding an agreement. Real peace with the Palestinians, asking, “How the occupation accept the one-state solution, with what it poses a real threat to the Zionist project?!”


He explained that if the world and the US administration pressure Israel it would accept the “two-state solution” at the expense of the “one state.” Because it represents a political and national setback for Israel, and it will not accept it in any way.


The writer Talal Al-Sharif agreed with the professor of political science, Mukhaimar Abu Saada, that the two-state solution (it no longer exists it is already dead) as a result of occupation authorities’ practices.


Al-Sharif pointed out that the most important difficulties and challenges facing the “one-state solution” presented by the head of the reform movement, Muhammad Dahlan, is Israel’s refuse to agree the one-state solution, especially after the adoption and implementation of the Jewish nationalist decision and their continuous attempts to expel the Arabs of 1948, the tension rises between Israelis and Palestinians in the current situation, this is the most important challenges facing the one-state solution in the meanwhile.

Regarding the Palestinians’ agreement with Dahlan’s call for a “one-state solution,” Al-Sharif said, “Of course, not all Palestinians support the one-state solution, although there is a big chance to pressure on Israel from the Arab countries that have relations with Israel if the United Nations adopts it and the five major countries support it.”

Al-Sharif explained that the Palestinian factions, forces and political parties will take time to accept the new variable by holding the reform conference in Fatah.

He also stressed that the reformist movement has become a real power, and there are strong signs in Dahlan’s statement in the conference, that “Fatah” should not leave these reformists, parties and factions should appreciate these reforms, which rise the organizational process and political discourse to a level more responsible than “Fatah” and President Mahmoud Abbas , especially with many features of dissatisfaction and disagreement of President Abbas’ policy towards occupation and respect for freedoms, as well as the decline and weakness of the rest of Fatah organization led by Abbas.


He stated that the political factions and forces should help in reviving Fatah movement, after these parties and factions suffered from Fatah leader policies, which weakened Fatah and weakened the national situation, which led to the decline of the Palestinian situation and the determination of the fate of the Palestinian people.

Al-Sharif added, “They do not want any reforms, they have drowned in dictatorship and repression inside and outside Fatah .. Dictatorship will not accept those who call for reform or work on it, but will fight it by all means.”

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