This is a very complex issue with both sides having their strong points. Obviously there will not be an agreement or a compromise on a resolution-- as neither side trusts the other...No wonder, with all that has happened over time I would feel the same way myself! I must wonder though. If an agreement was made, and the Pals were given "what they deemed to be theirs" (such as a return to the '67 borders)...and then if the Pals and/or Arabs continued to push and fight further into Israel, would that not pretty much give Israel the Green line to take whatever they deemed fit to secure their borders...again? Not that I am against the idea at all..It is that if the world is against Israel on this, and if Israel gives into pressure only to prove once again their National Security is compromised..And doing it to satisify the "Regional concerns", should Israel not have the right to push their boder to a secure point and hold it, Forever more? What would other Nations do?
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