It is time to stop treating Israel and Palestine as two separate but equal societies, and start to treat them as two countries.
This is what the world has been saying for a long time.
But what we have seen so far has only made the situation worse.
When Israel and the Palestinians came to an agreement last month, they did so under a different set of circumstances.
In the first place, they both agreed to stop fighting.
They agreed that they would cease fighting each other in the future, and to negotiate a peace agreement between them.
But they did not actually reach a peace deal, and it was only after they did that that the conflict escalated.
The fact that Israel has been fighting and killing Palestinians for nearly half a century, and that the world is only beginning to come around to this fact should be a wake-up call to all of us.
In reality, the two sides have been at a stalemate for decades.
And that is what has caused the conflict to become so ugly.
A decade ago, when the Palestinians and Israel agreed on a two-state solution, the world was expecting the two to reach a deal.
In fact, we all expected the two parties to reach an agreement after a decade of bloodshed.
It was only when Israel and Hamas began to escalate their war of terror in 2006 that the whole world came around to what was happening.
The only way to avoid a more violent conflict is for the two states to negotiate an agreement.
But we know that the two-State solution will not work without a solution to the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
That is why the international community has been demanding a two state solution, despite the fact that many of its members have opposed it.
The two-SSA solution is the only way forward for peace between the two countries, and this is the main reason why the world wants to see it.
But unfortunately, the Palestinian leadership has always refused to accept the two state proposal, and is continuing to fight for it.
For decades, the PLO has been trying to push Israel and its supporters into negotiations with the Palestinians.
But every time Israel and Abbas reached a deal, it turned into a stalemate.
The PLO’s main demand was for the right of return, which is the right to return to the state of Israel.
The Palestinians want to return the Jewish majority in Israel to their ancestral homeland in the Negev Desert.
This has been a longstanding Palestinian demand.
But Israel’s right to settle there has always been a precondition.
It has always meant that the Jewish people must have their own state.
When the Palestinians rejected this, the international arena started to shift.
Now, the peace process is under pressure.
We know this.
In 2010, I was a member of the UN Security Council, and I had to make a decision that was not in Israel’s interests.
I had just been appointed as the UN special representative for peace and security in the Middle East.
I chose to make the decision to call on Israel to withdraw from the occupied territories.
But I was not alone.
At the time, I also felt that this decision was in Israel and in the interests of both the Palestinian people and the international public at large.
We have been hearing this message ever since.
Today, the Palestinians are facing the very real possibility of a two states, one for the Israelis and one for them.
The Palestinian leadership is increasingly saying that it is time for peace talks, but not until the Israelis withdraw from all of the occupied territory.
We must be clear that this is a threat to the two communities.
If the international peace process does not move forward with the two Palestinians negotiating and signing a peace accord, the situation will only worsen.
There is no way that the international process will succeed in reaching a two parties peace deal with the Israelis if the Palestinians refuse to negotiate.
The international community must stop talking about the two Palestinian states as two distinct countries, or else we will lose the chance to see a two States solution for the world.
We can’t let the international political, economic, and military elites in the region and the world ignore the reality of the conflict.
If we continue to ignore the realities of this conflict, and fail to come to a consensus on a solution, we will have no chance of making peace.
This brings me to the question of the right for the Palestinians to return their ancestral lands.
Israel’s occupation of the West Bank and Gaza Strip has led to an unprecedented increase in illegal Palestinian settlements in the occupied West Bank.
Since the end of the Second Intifada, more than 600,000 Palestinians have been expelled from their homes.
There are now more than 3.6 million illegal Israeli settlers living in the West.
The Israeli government has repeatedly tried to impose a two nation policy on the occupied Palestinian territories.
In 2002, for example, it unilaterally announced the establishment of the Jewish state in the Occupied Territories, and in 2005 it signed the Oslo Accords, which would establish the borders of Israel as