The way he states them, all are preconditions and nonnegotiable. I may think he's full of it, but I haven't been asked to the table. I'd come with a previously published map and ignore all his preconditions as pure bluster. And I'd demand a return to the lines accepted by Israel before the war of independence. and be asking for UN and NATO troops to act as my buffer and guarantee the security of my borders against incursions and infiltration. I'd probably demand one soldier at every Israeli point of entry that Israel wants at every Palestinian point of entry and include the right to regulate immigration into Israel since they want to regulate Palestinian immigration. But then I'm an American and would expect that I negotiate from the position of an American with the full power of the USA behind my positions.
Entrance to Jerusalem's Old City to be opened to residents, Israeli citizens and tourists (Haaretz)
from the article: Akiva Eldar / What would Netanyahu do without Peres?