1. the colonists, as you well know, will never agree to a land swap which entails giving most of the WB to the rightful owners, the Palestinians. 2. as for the moldovan's idea of transferring out the 20% Arab population in Israel, that would have to be dependent on their agreement which they would never give since they were born on a land on which the Moldovan was not. 3. If you had any objectivity you would see that the Palestinians are working for peace and trying to avoid the errors they made in 1948. There position is that of the international community and all resolutions made previously. Israel is clearly the one bucking the goad. And your point on "the winner sets the terms" is incorrect. Israel would like it to be so but as it is moving upon its own unwisw trajectory, it has little future and zionism will have proved to be nothing more than yet another failed experiment brough about by its initiators and no one else.
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