You start with both sides staring at the Green Line, and then you negotiate from there i.e. *if* Israel wants to move the border *here* so that it gets the Jewish Quarter then the Pals will expect Israel to offer them an equal amount of territory "there" or "there" or "there", and if they don't get that offer then they won't agree to Israel's demand. It's a perfectly workable framework for negotiations, and infinitely better than Bibi's plan to impersonate Daffy Duck: "It's mine! Mine! Alllllll mine!!!".
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