We are on the wrong side of this argument. What we annexed over 30 years ago may have to be given back under international law. It is really conflicting for us when we use the UN to accomplish obtaining a state( yes, yes, I am aware of the British mandates of the l920's) and then thumb our collective noses at a situation, which we realized at the outset, might have to be totally reversed. No amount of creating "facts on the ground" by the former Arik and then Bibi will change any of that. Grow up and plan for that change. For without it, we will be condemned to a life of turmoil in Israel. Not to be wished for.
Woman moderately wounded by firebomb thrown at her car in north J'lem (Haaretz)
from the article: Top U.S. Reform rabbi to Israel: Freeze East Jerusalem building