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These Israelis and Palestinians Look Beyond War to 'A Land For All'

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Tourists look from the Mount of Olives at the panoramic view of the Old City of Jerusalem with its Dome of the Rock mosque in the centre. On Wednesday, February 5, 2020, in Jerusalem, Israel. (Artur Widak/NurPhoto via Getty Images)

As fighting between Israel and Hamas continues, what will happen after the war ends? The so-called two state solution has long been one of the most prominent ideas, where independent states of Israel and Palestine exist side-by-side, but  previous attempts to solidify an agreement have fallen short. We’ll talk with members of A Land For All, a group of Palestinian and Israeli leaders, activists and scholars who have a new political vision of how to live together with “pragmatic and viable solutions to the obstacles that have stymied prior negotiations, moving us from a paradigm of separation towards a future based on power sharing and shared interests.” We’ll talk about their vision for a road to peace and an intertwined future.


Omar Dajani, professor of law, University of the Pacific's McGeorge School of Law; board member, "A Land For All"; former senior legal advisor, Palestine Liberation Organization's Negotiations Support Unit

May Pundak, co-leader and executive director, the Israeli branch of “A Land for All”

Rula Hardal, lecturer, Arab-American University; research fellow, the Shalom Hartman Institute; co-leader, "A Land For All"


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