in the article “One State: Solution or Utopia” Uri Avnery writes: “When the situation looks black, utopias flourish. The one-state solution is such a fruit of despair. Perhaps each of us has despaired at some point and said: There’s nothing to be done, the situation is “irreversible.” But one should not turn despair into an ideology. Despair destroys the ability to act.” Ykon comment: interesting interpretation of utopian thought, it is a form of despair. And a truer reaction would be to “act.” But is that not the problem at least in this case. Too much action taking the form of violence, too little thinking by the once who act in viloence that would maybe stop them from acting?