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Jimmy Carter: there is zero chance for the two-state solution

The US has withdrawn from tackling the Middle East's most intractable problem, says the former President

By Bronwen Maddox  

Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter visits the Arab East Jerusalem neighborhood of Silwan in East Jerusalem. © Pool/Pool

“At this moment, there is zero chance of the two-state solution,” said Jimmy Carter, giving his bleakest pronouncement yet on the Israeli-Palestinian deadlock to which he devoted much effort while President of the United States, and even more time since then. 

“These are the worst prospects for peace between Israel and the Palestinians for…

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