Palestinian figure raises the spectre of a one-state struggle

The failure of the US to bridge the major gaps between Israel and the Palestinians (mainly because Washington is in bed with the Jewish state), led senior US-based Palestinian negotiator Saeb Erekat to say this week:

The alternative left for Palestinians is to “refocus their attention on the one-state solution where Muslims, Christians and Jews can live as equals”, Erekat said. “It is very serious. This is the moment of truth for us.”