Israeli Palestinian Confederation Mission Statement
We believe Israelis and Palestinians must live together and in peace in a democratic equal and open society with mutual respect, freedom of expression, and freedom of religion. We believe that the historic connection of both people to the land of Israel and Palestine is an integral part of their identity and must be respected.
Our goal is to create a mutual democratic government for the people of Israel, the West Bank and Gaza. We believe that this government should be independent and separate from the Israeli and Palestinian governments. We do not wish to dismantle the Israeli or Palestinian governments but rather work in conjunction with those governments to facilitate peace and prosperity. We believe that the legitimate needs of Israelis and Palestinians would be advanced and protected by the constitution published on www.ipconfederation.org
Our position on the Two States Solution
The Two States Solution is not viable. It has been attempted numerous times resulting in substantial violence and less peace between Israelis and Palestinians, while at the same time failing to reach its intended goal.
Our position on the One State Solution
The One State Solution is not viable in light of the strong nationalistic sentiments by both the Israeli and Palestinian people and their governments.
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Simulation with David Mendicoff, Professor of Middle Eastern Studies and Public Policy, University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
Ninety-seven percent of the initial voting audience agreed to establish a shared federal government for the people of Israel and Palestine to achieve peace. The simulated parliament then passed a constitution, which included granting veto power to the Israeli and…
Ninety-three percent of the people who initially participated in the simulation supported a federal government for Israel and Palestine. The Parliament passed a constitution and agreed to give a veto power to the Israeli and Palestinian governments over legislation affecting…
Ninety-three percent of the participants who voted agreed to the creation of a common Israeli-Palestinian federal government to achieve peace. The simulated IPC parliament has passed a constitution, agreed to grant veto power to the separate Israeli and Palestinian governments,…
Recording of the December 17th IPC simulation with Mona Ali Khalil, Naseer Aboushi and Alon Burstein
Ninety-two percent of the people in the audience who voted agreed with the creation of a common federal government in Israel and Palestine to achieve peace. The Parliament passed three resolutions for a two-state solution, but they were all vetoed…