"maybe 97% is an exaggeration ... " (Israeliguy) It surely is. " ... but a lot of Umm el Fahm [people] are not keen on Israel at all." Then what? They are free to move out of here, to wherever and whenever they desire. A lot of Israelis have already done that, of all faiths. Your point doesn't make your suggestion more realistic. Umm el Fahm - nor any other Israeli Arab town or village - cannot be annexed to another country against the expressed will of a large enough majority of their inhabitants. My guess is that most of those who are "not keen on Israel at all" but are still with us, are patiently waiting for the moment our leaders' stubborn refusal to separate from the WB population - has inevitably led the Jewish state to be a thing of the past. As things stand now, there is little doubt their patience shall be rewarded.
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from the article: A Palestinian peace plan Israelis can live with