While a few voices have started to declare an end to the two-state solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Daniel Gordis continues to believe in two states for two peoples. He argues that promoting any other solution means ignoring what the people actually living between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea—Jews and Arabs—actually want.
Join Gordis, senior vice president and Koret Distinguished Fellow at Shalem College, to listen to why he believes a two-state solution is still worth pursuing and what leads some American Jews to grow distant from Israel.
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