By Daniella Peled, July 18, 2008
A two-state solution can only be possible if Jerusalem pursues a rapid, comprehensive peace deal with all its Arab adversaries, according to Jordan’s former top man in negotiations with Israel.
“When the time comes for an agreement, it will have to be comprehensive,” Marwan Muasher, Jordan’s first ambassador to Israel, told the JC. The previous failure of an incremental peace process meant that a deal could only work if concluded in a matter of months. “A year is too long in today’s Middle East,” he said.