This is a form of intractable conflict. But it is not entirely an unprecedented conflict. It took the Irish nearly a millennium to throw off the rule of the English monarchy, including attempts to depopulate Ireland by expulsion and famine. The Hundred Years War lasted considerable longer than the official length and didn't really end with the death of the Plantagenet dynasty. Those are just two supposedly unsolvable conflicts. This requires more creative thinking and maybe, less outside interference. Or maybe more outside interference or an honest broker. It only looks intractable in the present political circumstance. But times and attitudes do change.
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from the article: Why the Israeli-Palestinian conflict refuses to be resolved