So why, if all sides are calling for a two-state solution as the final outcome in Palestine-Israel, has 21 years of a “peace process” failed to achieve an agreement? This is the question Josh Ruebner posed to an audience recently at Drake University.
While Israel has argued that it ceased occupying Gaza in 2005 when it unilaterally redeployed its troops and withdrew its settlers, Gaza continues to be occupied in accordance with international law and in the views of the international community. This paper provides information about Gaza and the impact of Israeli policies on the people living there.
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