Of course, there is a roadmap and if it is implemented, the Palestinian state will be established roughly around 1949 truce line with territorial swaps, Jerusalem will be divided, the Old City given special status, the refugees will be compensated but not allowed to Israel. This is obvious and this is where the roadmap leads, this is what was offered in Camp David and Taba in 2000 and everybody knows, that this is the outcome. I believe, that majority of Palestinians also understand, that these are basic parameters of the final status. The only problem is that the Palestinians couldn't implement even a single of their commitments by Oslo, Wye, Hebron, roadmap: not a single commitments by not a single document. May be the Palestinian internal strife will bring about change and the Palestinians will remove the main obstacle: the absence of unified control over the arms, of unified foreign policy and of unified decision making.
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