Author Archives: Noam Sheizaf

About Noam Sheizaf

Noam Sheizaf is an independent journalist and editor.

What Comes Next: A one-state reality and a two-state discourse

Noam Sheizaf writes, “We are left with a one-state reality and a two-state political discourse. The Green Line is all but meaningless: the populations are totally mixed. A separation mechanism–a nationalistic debate in both societies and the Jewish de facto sovereignty over the entire land– is preventing the implementation of a just political mechanism, one which would be in sync with the geographic and demographic reality.” This post is part of “What Comes Next?: A forum on the end of the two-state paradigm.”

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Israel’s incitement problem

Following is an excerpt from an interesting post by Noam Sheizaf over at +972. Read the entire piece here. When I was a kid, I loved Danni Din stories. Their hero was wonder-kid Danni Din, which became the worlds’ only … Continue reading

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No, the Egyptian uprising won’t hurt the peace process

(simply because there is no such thing) Yesterday, Politico’s Laura Rozen posted this tweet: On Isr/Egypt, official tells me while Egypt unrest demos status quo unstable, makes Isr hunker down, less willing to “take risks for peace. Hey, wasn’t that … Continue reading

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Now is the time to discuss the one-state solution

Noam Sheizaf is an Israeli journalist. This post originally appeared on his blog Promised Land. Lara Friedman, director of policy and government relations for Americans for Peace Now (APN), writes in the Forward against even talking about the one-state solution: … Continue reading

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