الاهم انه في هذه المرة يقدم مقاربة لما بات يعرف بحل الدولة الواحدة\ مقابل الدولتين فيما يخص القضية الفلسطينية والطبيعة الطوباوية للحلول المطروحة عموما ضمن الظروف السياسية الراهنة.
اولا، يبقى الاساس هو دعم نضال الشعب الفلسطيني ومطالبه الراهنة والملحة.
وإذا كان لابد من تصور حل بعيد المدى، فإنه من الافضل له ان يرتبط بقيام دولة واحدة بين الاردن وفلسطين في الضفة الغربية وغزة ضمن نظام جمهوري ديمقراطي واحد. وليس في الانضمام مع اسرائيل في دولة واحدة:
المقابلة كما ذكرت هامة ومن المؤمل ان تحفز النقاش على اكثر من صعيد. وبانتظار ارائكم.
"So why should Jordan be left out? Between 1949 and 1967 the West Bank and Jordan were one state in which the overwhelming majority was Palestinian. It was controlled by the monarchy and, of course, it was a despotic state. The Palestinian leadership, when the Palestinian guerillas were a state within the state in Jordan, never fought for the overthrow of the Jordanian monarchy. Only the left, in the late 1960s and early 1970s, was calling for the overthrow of the monarchy. Fatah countered the left in this regard and that was one of the factors that allowed the monarchy to crush the Palestinian movement in Jordan in 1970. The Palestinian armed forces were then completely wiped out in Jordan in 1971. Of course, the Palestinian people, mostly 1948 refugees, remained in the country, but the movement was crushed and had to go underground. This was always the rightwing perspective: We don't touch Arab regimes, we just fight against Israel. This is the "principal contradiction" and we should cool down "secondary contradictions." Well, this is tragically absurd: the so-called "secondary contradiction" -- the Jordanian monarchy, that is -- killed more Palestinians than Israel up to 1971. It proved to be another side of the same coin with Israel. The population of the West Bank cannot constitute alone any kind of independent state -- at best a "Bantustan." But if we think of the Jordanian territories as the natural complement to the West Bank then the picture changes. But for that, you need to get in Jordan a democratic government. Beyond that I would say that no long term, final, lasting and just solution can be conceived other than at a regional level and under socialist conditions -- through a socialist federation of the Middle East and beyond. Of course, this is a utopia, but this is an inspiring utopia". :