At least now the PA is lamenting about missing a possible solution 4 years ago, as opposed to 64. which is definitely a step forward. And maybe now that we've admitted that "settlements" are for the most part falling in the same percentile of WB to be kept by Israel as always before, everyone can finally behave like an adult and come to the negotiating table? And maybe the Israeli government can finally start behaving like adults and quit pretending to have "eternal" sovereignty over half a city that has no Jews in it, or "eternal" sovereignty over a Jordanian-administered Temple Mount. And, for that matter, maybe everyone can stop pretending like Jerusalem matters more to them than to the other guy?
Saudi king to meet with Obama on Friday amid Gulf concerns over Iran deal (Reuters)
from the article: Erekat: Olmert offered Palestinians territorial equivalent of West Bank