As conflict wages on between Israelis and Palestinians over land rights, multitudes of solutions are presented and many nations are involved. A two-state solution, with Israel and Palestine independent states existing in the same region, has been attempted multiple times, divvying up land for rule by either Palestine or Israel. While this solution has not solved the conflict so far, many still advocate for it as the best option.
Though many other nations have become involved in the Israel and Palestine conflict over time, ultimately Israelis and Palestinians are the ones who should choose how to solve their conflict. The majority of citizens have the right to choose how to solve the issue. Even though it has been unsuccessful in the past, both groups believe a two-state solution is the best course of action. A Haaretz poll revealed that around 33% of Israelis are in favour of a two-state solution. By contrast, only 19% would support a one-state solution and 9% support a confederation. Among Palestinians, support for a two-state solution sits at around 43%. A two-state solution is the most popular among both groups, therefore it is the best solution to the conflict.
A two-state solution has failed multiple times, including during the Oslo accords. Israelis and Palestinians simply cannot handle a two-state solution, and it always leads to violence in the end. Trying something over and over again that has been shown to fail multiple times is a waste of energy and lives. Even if public support is still in favor of a two-state solution, this doesn't necessarily mean it is the best solution. Average citizens may not be informed or knowledgeable on the subject, and just because the public wants it doesn't mean it's realistic. Even if the public hopes for it, that doesn't mean it will work. A realistic solution designed by diplomats and experienced policymakers, not random citizens, is much more effective.
Whatever solution the most people support is the best solution. Israeli and Palestinian citizens have the democratic right to choose the best solution to the conflict.
[P1] The citizens of the region have the right to choose solutions to their problems. [P2] A two-state solution is the most popular among Israelis and Palestinians. [P3] Therefore, a two-state solution should be adopted.
Rejecting the premises
[Rejecting P1] Just because a majority supports it, doesn't mean it is the best solution.