There is no point in recognizing the right of return without intention to implement it, because those who truly refuse peace until all these demands are met will not be assuaged by such an offer of mere recognition anyway. There is also no point in making demands upon Israel that are an ultimatum that cannot be met in today's reality. Until right of return becomes a negotiable issue that is not black and white and is not placed as the first condition to peace, but a later issue to be solved after the groundwork for peace has been well established, there is nothing to talk about. If we bring about a new reality of living together peacefully as neighbors today, than the consideration of the right of return for those truly entitled to it will no longer be an impossibility tomorrow.
from the article: The right and the return