The Saudi Peace Plan was superb and doesn't call for much - in turn for complete diplomatic and trade relations with Israel; and they get to keep all the land taken from 1948 to 1967. So the question is, why don't they accept it? I agree with you 100% but the original Zionist plan was not to agree with partition of Palestine but since pre-1948, Jews only owned 8% of the land, getting 56% of the land from the partition plan was a good start. Since then, we've seen an expansionist policy - and a policy of placing a stranglehold of the Palestinians to make life so unbearable that they'll leave voluntarily. Most Palestinian Christians already left. Those that stay are a thorn in the backside of the Zionist dream of making all Palestine theirs.
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