East Jerusalem and the Imminent Demise of the Two-State Solution

Daniel Seidemann

Having closely monitored the recent surge in East Jerusalem settlement activity, we can now present a credible projection of the map of East Jerusalem at the end of 2013, should current trends continue. The new settlements will not only increase the number of units in East Jerusalem settlements neighborhoods by 25% and the footprint of the built-areas by 15%, they will so balkanize the geography and demography of the city that the two-state solution will be virtually impossible.

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