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For the last 19 years, Israelis and Palestinians have been trying to find solutions to end their conflict. Although the need to live together should have brought both sides to find a solution, the conflict is “stuck” and no solution ending the conflict has been agreed upon. Despite the natural tendency to analyze the conflict by criticizing the allegedly strong side (which, in this case is Israel), the following article presents a short summary and overview of the past, the missed opportunities, the current matters, and an optimistic look to the future.

 

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