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Jeremy Hammond Biography

Founding Editor and Publisher of Foreign Policy Journal
Con to the question "Is a Two-State Solution (Israel and Palestine) an Acceptable Solution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict?"

“The two-state solution is dead. There is no longer any hope for peace or justice in this solution, if there ever was to begin with. There was a time when Israel could have accepted a Palestinian state along the pre-June 1967 armistice line, with minor and mutually agreed upon revisions of the final border, and thereby ‘secure’ its ‘gains’ from the 1948 Arab-Israeli war…

The siege must end. The occupation must end. The violence must end. The rejection of elementary legal and moral principles must end. Only a just solution can bring a permanent peace, and there is today only but one just solution.

The Arabs proposed it before Israel existed, only to have it rejected by the Zionists and their Western benefactors–a single, united, democratic state with a constitution and representative government that recognizes the equal rights of all and protects the rights of the minority.

That was the only truly just solution in 1948, and it remains the only truly just solution today.”

“There Is No Two-State Solution,”, July 21, 2010

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Involvement and Affiliations:
  • Founding Editor and Publisher, Foreign Policy Journal
  • Recipient, Project Censored Award for Outstanding Investigative Journalism, 2009
  • BS, Communications, Grand Valley State University (Grand Rapids, MI), 2001
  • Twitter handle: @Jeremyrhammond
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