Keep It Simple Stupid! The line is the line...one side is Palestinian and one side is Israeli. You have immediate citizenship of the side you are on and are thereby due to accept the laws of your country. Should some settlements be abandoned, the cost of investment could be removed from the final compensation payment due the Palestinians in reparations for 60yrs of death and damage. All other issues can be dealt with from there, with oversight of the UN to ensure vacancy of fraud on both sides. Like Dutch, I agree that this is already the standing within international law, and these laws cannot be changed to suit any one country. If Israel is allowed to break international law, then so is everyone.
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