This article is interesting, but it tells a very partial truth. It claims to speak for all Jews and Israelis but in fact a good share of Jews and Israelis are religious. For most of them Jerusalem is central to their religious identity and considering it a secular capital makes no sense to them. This is I suspect true also for that very large percentage of Israeli Jews who may not be Halachically observant but who care very much for Jewish Tradition. Secondly, the obstacle to 'peace' is not Jerusalem but the Arab unwillingness, including the Fatah unwillingness to recognize Israel as a Jewish state. The Arabs demand Israel's destruction as condition for an agreement, and for them agreement flooding Israel with descendants of Arab refugees would be an ideal way of destroying the Jewish state. Thirdly there is no' spark of hope' at the moment. There is American pressure on one of its closest allies. The result:The Arabs won't even talk with us.
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from the article: Israel should give up Jerusalem as its capital