otherwise it's simply a negotiated peace agreement based on U.N. Security Council Resolutions 242 and 338, which concerns the boundaries of the 1967 borders with adjustments, sharing Jerusalem and finding a resolution to concerns of the Palestinian refugees. All these core issues were never completely attributed in territorial compromise in any peace proposal of the past. PM Olmert's proposition in 2008 surpassed that of Camp David 2000 but not negotiated to finalized liking by either side - came close though. It's really up to Israel more than any other party I would think, but accommodations by the Palestinians would also be helpful, eg. understanding the security concerns Israel faces.
Riot police line up as fresh migrant protests erupt at Budapest railway station (Reuters)
from the article: Lieberman is right: Peace in two years is unrealistic