We look at the six core issues at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and examine the different attempts at peace over the years.
Time and again solutions have been put forward, but so far they’ve come to nothing.
But it doesn’t mean peace is impossible.
It’s been 25 years since Israel and Jordan signed a peace deal and although things have been on the cold side lately, the peace is still holding. As is the peace agreement with Egypt, which was signed in 1979.
So, if these countries – once Israel’s fiercest enemies – could put their differences aside and make peace, why can’t the Palestinians?