...not in the real world. There won't be a meaningful 'right of return.' Israel has to withdraw to the 1967 borders -- if she can arrange some side deal with Palestine over territory, great, but that can't be a condition. Israel can demand that the Palestinian state lack significant offensive capabilities. She has no right to water or to any other resource that lies within the Palestinian state. That's it. That's the deal -- in the real world. It's not what I would prefer, but that IS the deal. It's there. Israel just has to accept it. Basically, everything that's happened in the last ten years has been Israel kicking up dust to obscure this point.
Jerusalem suburb of Even Sapir evacuated as wildfire spreads (Haaretz)
from the article: Israel: Palestinians to blame for stalled peace talks