According to Ir Amim, building plans slated for implementation by the government would effectively eliminate any options for a two-state solution, for a Palestinian capital in Jerusalem, or for retaining Palestinian continuity between the city and the West Bank. The plans would, in effect, obstruct a two-state option by cutting into the territorial contiguity of Palestinian areas.
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