News ID: 95345
Publish Date : 12 October 2021 - 21:40

WEST BANK (Dispatches) – Most Zionists see a slim chance of reaching ‘peace’ with Palestinians in this decade, according to a survey by an institute inside the occupied territories.
The findings of the survey show, 87 percent of Zionists believe that in the next five years, the possibility of establishing ‘peace’ with Palestinians is very low.
Reaching an agreement with the Palestinians was at the bottom of their list of priorities, with only 8.5 percent on the left of the political spectrum, 6 percent on the center and 1 percent on the right saying such a deal was a prime concern.
The survey included 756 interviewees.
The survey comes as Zionist prime minister Naftali Bennett has revealed plans to bring 500,000 Zionist immigrants from the U.S., South America and France to the occupied territories, local media reported.
Speaking at a Ynet conference, Bennett said: “It is doubtful whether there are more important issues for our future and the essence of both Israel and Israeli society than the subject of Jewish immigration.”
“Our goal is to bring 500,000 Jewish immigrants from the strong communities in the U.S., South America and France.”
Zionist troops detain a man at the entrance of al-Aqsa Mosque, on 21 May 2021, after fresh clashes between Palestinians and Zionist troops broke out.

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