Israel

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This house, as the Palestinian Authority, would advocate for a one state solution rather than a two state one.

The "one-state solution" refers to a resolution of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict through the creation of a unitary state, which would encompass all of the present territory of Israel, including East Jerusalem and the Golan Heights, as well as the West Bank (including areas under the current control of the Palestinian Authority) and the Gaza Strip. The two-state solution envisages the creation of an independent Palestinian state alongside the State of Israel. The exact boundary between the two states is still subject to dispute and negotiation, however it is likely that a Palestinian state would include the West Bank and the Gaza Strip.

THBT pro-Palestinian organisations should abandon their support for the BDS movement against Israeli academic institutions and scholars

The BDS (Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions) movement is a movement that wishes to target and economically punish Israeli businesses and institutions until the State of Israel makes concessions towards a Palestinian state.

TH, as Israel, supports the Jewish People's Intelligence Services Doctrine

The Jewish People's Intelligence Services Doctrine is a proposal which states that the Israeli Intelligence Services should have a significant responsibility not only to Israeli citizens' security, but also to the security of Jewish communities abroad. If this doctrine were adopted, Israel would use significant resources and launch potentially violent operations in order to keep Jewish people safe internationally.

THBT two-state solution proponents in Israel should abandon their stance on an independent Palestinian government and focus solely on full integration of Palestinians in Israel.

THS the end of the Hannibal Directive

The Hannibal Directive was a policy implemented by the Israeli Defense Force ordering soldiers to do anything to avoid capture by enemy forces including killing comrades. Conscription exists in Israel for all Israeli citizens over the age of 18 who are Jewish, Druze or Circassian; other Arab citizens of Israel are not conscripted. The policy was ended in 2016

THBT Israel should allow members of the Jewish diaspora to vote in elections

This house believes that Israel should have continued the occupation of Gaza

In September 2005, Israel removed all of its troops and settlers from the Gaza strip. The territory is now under the control of the Islamist group Hamas.

THW Lift The Blockade Off The Gaza Strip

This House regrets the large number of UN resolutions issued against Israel.

The UN Human Rights Council issues more resolutions against Israel than against all other countries put together.

THBT The Israeli Philharmonic Should Regularly Play the Works of Richard Wagner

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