John:Your "dream" falls flat since:(1)Israel would not re-occupy the WB.(2)Israel would not ignore the declaration of a state based on the 1967 lines for UN 242 called for negotiations between the Jewish State and their neighbors.(3)UN 242 recognized the necessity for Israel to retain some land as security against those who attempted the annihilation of the Jewish State in '67.(4)Under your "dream" Israel would have the option of not granting citizenship to the Pals,who would be an enemy population.(5)The only way for the Pal state to be established would be for it to have a significant Jewish population based on existing towns.Whether they would be Palestinian citizens,Israeli or hold dual citizenship would have to be decided by both governments.Since Israel has a large Arab population,there is no reason to believe the presence of Jewish citizens in a Palestinian state would be a threat.The time of nation being Judenfrie has long since passed. Bye,bye bad "dream."
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