ENUGU, Nigeria (VOICE OF NAIJA)- The International Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Law (Intersociety) has called on the United Nations and other internationally respected actors to address the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict with a groundbreaking proposal to prevent a catastrophic world war.
This proposal, known as the ‘One-State-in-Two Lands’ deal, suggests approaching Canada and Algeria to cede lands to Israel and Palestine, ultimately resolving the long-standing conflict.
The Intersociety made the call in a statement issued on Sunday by Emeka Umeagbalasi, Criminologist-Researcher, Board Chairman, Intersociety.
Intersociety’s statement emphasizes the urgency of addressing this issue, given the proliferation of arms and the potential for another world war.
The historical roots of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict are traced back to ancient times, making it crucial to find a lasting solution, according to the group.
The proposal also recognises the historical and cultural significance of Israel, Palestine, Syria, Jordan, and the Abrahamic religions, emphasizing the need for a solution that respects the heritage of all parties involved.
The proposal, according to Umeagbalasi aims to create “New Israel” and “New Palestine” through land donations or cessions from Canada and Algeria, relieving overpopulation and ending violent tensions.
He said this plan is different from past two-state solutions, as it allows Israelis and Palestinians to retain their ancestral lands while granting access to their holy sites.
Intersociety in its investigations claims that both Canada and Algeria have the land capacity to make this plan a reality without threatening their own territories.
The statement added that this innovative proposal could provide a peaceful resolution to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, ultimately saving humanity from the brink of another catastrophic world war.