Kerry is particularly concerned about the possibility of the Palestinian Authority collapsing. In such a scenario, 30,000 Palestinian policemen would become unemployed, and the chaos would likely lead to even more violent confrontations with Israel.
“I understand the passions that are behind all of this—I get it,” Kerry said. “If it were easy, it would have been done a long time ago. I happen to believe there is a way forward. There’s a solution. It would be good for Israel; it’d be great for the Palestinians; it’d be great for the region.
“People would make so much money. There’d be so many jobs created. There could be peace. And you would be stronger for it,” Kerry insisted.
When asked if he could imagine the end of the State of Israel, Kerry responded: “No, I don’t believe that’s going to happen. It’s just, What is it going to be like, is the question.
“Will it be a democracy? Will it be a Jewish state? Or will it be a unitary state with two systems, or some draconian treatment of Palestinians, because to let them vote would be to dilute the Jewish state? I don’t know. I have no answer to that. But the problem is, neither do they. Neither do the people who are supposed to be providing answers to this,” Kerry continued.
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