The future is always very clear if you ignore evolution (i.e., the forces of reality). What does it mean "further withdrawls from the "Olmert lines" will never pass"? Better envision what the forces will be like, then make your predictions. As I described in #77, the coming disengagement will bring major israeli centers within easy range of mortars (to say nothing of Qassams). The two societies will not be living in "parallel universes" that don't meet. It will be one universe and in conflict. In 1977, there was a consensus in Israel that the Territories will not be given back. (Peres and Dayan were parties to that.) The first Intifada started in 1988, more or less under such a consensus. Consensus shmonsensus. It took some 5 years, but then a group of the population (the Left) saw the light. Now the peace process is some "consensus". Things change all the time. It may take a third intifada to reach a new consensus, but a unilateral "resolution" will not last forever.
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