Point by point. If the majority of Israelis really wanted to end the occupation then it would have been ended by now. Whatever polls might indicate, colonies are expanding and infrastructure is developing. There is no mass movement to end the occupation. I have no knowledge of Israel offering the WB back to Jordan or Gaza to Egypt. Immeidately after the '67 war Israel say the WB as negotiable but that very quickly ended when the colonist movement began, and Levinger was esconced in Hebron Peasach 1968. The withdrawal from Gaza was nothing more than a redeployment with Isrsael still in control and Gaza cut off from the rest of Palestine. The occupation cannot be ended piecemeal. I hope this satisfies your questions.
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