Jerusalem already is a shared city - Israel does not control the top-side of the Temple Mount and has very limited ground control over East Jerusalem - might as well cut the propaganda and acknowledge reality. The idea of Jews staying in Hebron unarmed and protected is pie in the sky thinking. People should vote where they live - whether they also can vote as expatriates is a separate question. A transit link between Gaza and the West bank has been suggested before, but doing it by subway (and venting it), I suspect isn't technologically feasible. We are talking the Chunnel in an overheated earthquake zone. Otherwise, looks great. But will the Palestinians vote for a White Sox fan?
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from the article: A Palestinian peace plan Israelis can live with