What would solve the Israeli Palestine dispute?

Biden: Only a two-state solution can solve the Middle East conflict

Hamas rejects this, so to speak, it is the trademark of the organization classified by the USA and the EU as a terrorist organization to demand the destruction of Israel. And the war that has just ended has strengthened Hamas in the inner-Palestinian struggle with the Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas, who is willing to negotiate, in the West Bank. He had formally postponed the first parliamentary election in the Palestinian Territories in 15 years, which was actually planned for Saturday, at the end of April because of the dispute over voting in Jerusalem. However, critics accused him of trying to prevent Hamas from winning.

But Israel's settlement policy in the occupied West Bank and in East Jerusalem, where Abbas believes a Palestinian state is to be created, makes a two-state solution, which has been sought since the mid-1970s, more and more difficult.

Pope Francis welcomed the truce. "I thank God for the decision to stop the armed fighting, and I hope that the paths of dialogue and peace will be followed," said the head of the Catholic Church, according to the Ansa news agency in the Vatican.

New clashes on the Temple Mount (Al-Haram al-Sharif) in Jerusalem between Palestinians and the Israeli police showed how precarious the situation still is. According to Palestinian rescue workers, 15 people were treated after police used rubber bullets, among other things. According to the police, stones and an incendiary device had previously been thrown from a crowd of hundreds of young people.

Hamas used such clashes as an opportunity to fire rockets in the direction of Jerusalem on May 10th. As a result, Israel began massive bombing of the Gaza Strip. According to official figures, at least 248 people were killed and 1,910 injured in the conflict in the Gaza Strip. In Israel, 12 people died and more than 300 were injured.