Just a thought? I mean if you boycott it they will probably still build it, and then what? you've created bad blood that they may not want to share it, and then what have you gained? Why not, get to the table, finish this mess and if you do it tactfully, I am sure you can probably get something in the agreement that shares the infrastructure. Imagine, light rail service that allowed Palestinians in the West Bank to go to Jerusalem, Israel and pray at Al Aqsa. Take the stress out of driving (which in Israel is really stressful as people drive like lunatics on crack) At University of Toronto MBA, they teach that everything isn't black or white, decisions are not to do this or do that, rather there is comprimise and that by finding the comprimise you will find the point of OPTIMAL UTILITY, this logic needs to be impolored to the stubborn Israelis and Palestinians, you'd think the two were descedants of Donkey's with how stubborn they can be.
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from the article: Palestinians to Arab states: You can stop Jerusalem light rail