One-state solution to Israeli-Palestinian conflict possible, Jordan suggests

Prime minister Omar Razzaz says Israel’s annexation plan would destabilise region

Jordan’s prime minister, Omar Razzaz. Photograph: Khalil Mazraawi/AFP via Getty Images

Jordan’s prime minister, Omar Razzaz. Photograph: Khalil Mazraawi/AFP via Getty Images

Jordan’s prime minister has said his country could view positively a “one-state democratic solution” to the Israel-Palestine dispute, as he warned that Binyamin Netanyahu’s plans to annex parts of the West Bank could unleash a new wave of extremism in the Middle East.

Omar Razzaz said the Israeli prime minister’s annexation policy would be “ushering in a new apartheid state” that could be a radicalising force and further destabilise the region.

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