if through some miracle israel and the palestinians do arrive at a final peace treaty, then those israeli citizens who find themselves beyond the new boundaries of the jewish state, will have to be accommodated in accordance with the laws of israel and the international laws as applicable to the case. the interests of the state, as embodied by public policy and national security needs must be paramount in this instance. however, the interests of individuals and groups must be safeguarded to the extent possible. these above interests will overlap in many, though not in all instances. where the interests diverge, the state must come to a proper accommodation with the "settlers."
AG examines probes deal by new police chief Hirsch's security firm (Haaretz)
from the article: Trust the settlers to lose the West Bank