C'mon Dino, please define all of the material components of "a just peace." Your case could be persuasive were you to include reasonable assurances that Israel would be left to live in peace as a Jewish state. That would require, I think, specific and full renunciation (in Arabic as well as English) by all of its neighbors of anything to the contrary in their charters, etc. as well as affirmative and binding undertakings to adhere to such a peace. Lacking that change of fundamental Arab/Islamic policy and even philosophy, how can you possibly expect Israel to make material territorial concessions? Would you?
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from the article: Palestinians: Israel vow to halt settlements is void