Hananiya is not the first to suggest that, after an adjustment of borders to take account of the largest settlements, others could stay, but under Palestinian sovereignty. Hillel Halkin has said as much in three or four different articles in Commentary. I spelled out the case for such several years ago in an 125 page article, "The Unexplored Option: Jewish Settlements in a Palestinian State." And, a little over a month ago, James Woolsey, former head of the CIA under President Clinton, expressed the same thought in a Wall Street Journal op-ed.
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from the article: A Palestinian peace plan Israelis can live with