The Saudi plan never has been presented as take-it-or-leave it -- you must be confusing it with Barack's ridiculous offer at Camp David. All of the Arab leaders have said that the plan is a framework for negotiation. Check your facts. And I disagree with you that the Arabs are in no position to make demands. Time is on the Arab side: within a few years, a majority of the people west of the Jordan will be Palestinians, and the population ratio will continue to grow in their favor. If Israel does not give the Palestinians a viable state now, with a capital in E. Jerusalem and an agreed-on solution to the refugee issue, the only other option is one state...and in about 25 years, the Knesset will become the Majlis. If that's what you want, fine with me (I am Arab, after all), but is that really what you want?
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