We are more in agreement than you might think. I am also convinced that Israel will withdraw from most of the West Bank, and that a Palestinian State will emerge in the West Bank and Gaza. But I believe that such an event must occur in a controlled environement of multilateral agreements and disengagement by stages with a Bibi-style program of "Reciprocity" governing the process. The most difficult part, perhaps, will be the adjustment by dictatorial Muslim regimes to the loss of Israel as a propaganda whipping post. That is why Sharansky puts Muslim disctatorship at the center of the problem (followed closely by occupation). In fact, once peace "breaks out" some Muslim disctatorships may fall as their people begin to consider their own conditions. Some think the reverse order is necessary. Since he invented Reciprocity, I personally would like to see it happen under Bibi, which I am sure we can agreee to disagree on. But whoever is PM, I think that is how it will happen.
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