Which is that Israel and its supporters really would like to have peace, but because they can see no why towards that so they stick with the status-quo as the least-worse alternative. This assumption is incorrect: Israel doesn't want "peace", precisely because that would interfere with the slow and steady devouring of the West Bank by colonization i.e. it's current preference isn't "the status quo", but "changing the facts on the ground".
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from the article: Why U.S. Jews must embrace Kerry's appeal to put pressure on Netanyahu