“In the last three decades, Israel has experienced two violent Palestinian intifadas: the first broke in 1987 and led to the death of 1,370 Palestinians and 77 Israelis. The second broke in the year 2000, and led to the death of 6,371 Palestinians and 1,083 Israelis. Should Israel proceed to annex the West Bank as it intends to do so this summer, a third intifada may follow. This could put an end to any semblance of an Israeli-Palestinian peace process.”

Read more in The Wagner Review.

Adi Adamit-Gorstein is a member of the IPF Atid New York Steering Committee.