The process needs to refocus on borders, since border security can be worked out. Like the "security fence." Keep as long as needed. When security conditions, as now the case, are good then dismantle the fence and allow free movement. Why dwell on side issues and details, instead hammer an agreement on borders, so that deployment of forces and the settlement issue will be rendered irrelevant. That , unless of course, the object of all these side deliberations is for procrastinating purposes.
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U.S. senators call for 20,000 troops in Syria, Iraq as ground force to counter ISIS (Reuters)
from the article: Israel could reconsider presence in Jordan Valley