It may seem indeed far fetched at first glance, that Jewish Israelis and Palestinian Arabs after 100 years of strife could ever live together. But it is certainly not impossible. Israel's might would be useless in a struggle that is not about winning territory but securing democratic rights for all. Opposition against the grim realities must be coupled with a battle of ideas in which walls and checkpoints provide no defense. For this reason the struggle must take a moral form that offers Israel no excuse for its oppressive measures. In a more stable situation Palestinian Arabs and Jews will learn that they share interests that transcend their communities, like workers rights and business interests. Even on the religious level Jews and Moslems have a common interest in the face of secularisation. I think that on both sides most people just want to lead a normal life. Glimpses of that could be seen in the optimistic beginning period of the Oslo Agreement.
Three minors arrested in Jaffa for throwing rocks at a bus; no injuries reported (Haaretz)
from the article: Nothing to sell the Palestinians