After Words with Ali Abunimah
Ali Abunimah is a Palestinian-American who lives in Chicago. He is co-creator and editor of Electronic Intifada and Electronic Iraq.
Ali Abunimah discussed his book One Country: A Bold Proposal to End the Israeli-Palestinian Impasse, published by Metropolitan Books. In his book Mr. Abunimah puts forth a proposal to end conflict between Israelis and Palestinians. He believes that the only hope for peace is to move from calls for partitioning toward a one-state solution. He compared the situation to other countries such as South Africa and Ireland. Mr. Abunimah talked about the broad political support that would be necessary to achieve unity and the difficulties that prevent achieving a two-state solution. The guest interviewer was Ron Kampeas.
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Ali Abunimah Co-Founder Electronic Intifada
Ron Kampeas Bureau Chief Jewish Telegraphic Agency->Washington Bureau
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