Dont be so simplistic. The issue is not the border itself but the citizenship of those who live within it. Those lines were armistice lines of which no Arab country or people ever reckognized, now those unreckognized battle lines have become the battle cry of those who never agreed with them in the first place. Res 242 calls for reckognizable secure borders with the 67 lines as a reference, not absolute. At any rate anyone within the lines must be an Israeli citizen (be they Arab or Jew)and the rest is occupied territories that should be withdrawn from accordingly. It is simply a matter of ""Give me citinzenship or give me Freedom""
Iran deal opposition grows among U.S. Republicans, Reuters poll shows (Reuters)
from the article: Between prisoners and captives