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If you want to make peace with your enemy,
you have to work with your enemy.
Then he becomes your partner.

Nelson Mandela, 11th President of South Africa


Status of Jerusalem

A solution for the future status of Jerusalem is proposed, which fulfills all claims and aspirations of the Israelis and Palestinians, and also leaves the city undivided.

Political and economic stability can only arise if the most important issues for the cohesion of societies are resolved amicably and constructively. If this succeeds in the political center, then the field of alleged problem solving will no longer be left to extreme political forces.

For the Israeli side, a constructive solution to the Jerusalem question can therefore weaken the extreme political opponents more than military means. The Palestinian side can find support for a democratic solution to the Jerusalem question from those who stand firmly by Israel’s side, and thus make its justified demands for political and economic equality much more effective than by confrontational means.

You will find a presentation and a corresponding text of the proposal
“Balance the power – Unite the people”.

The presentation of the proposal is also available in pdf-format here and
the text of the proposal is available in pdf-format here.

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