In this video, opponents to the two-state solution explain their fear that, if implemented, a Jihadi state would be created on Israel’s main highway.

For over two decades the two-state solution has been promoted in mainstream circles as the ideal solution to the Israeli-Arab conflict, particularly with regard to the Palestinians.

The Israel Institute for Strategic Studies has been vehemently opposed to this idea.

In this short video, the Institute shows what it believes would happen if a Palestinian state were established in the areas adjacent to Israel’s coastal plain, focusing on the Trans-Israel Highway, aka Highway 6, which connects Israel’s north to south.

Several parts are merely meters away from the territory where the proposed Palestinian state would be located.

Minister Naftali Bennett and Israel Prize laureate and former Knesset member Amnon Rubinstein also voice their concerns. Watch and hear what they have to say!