It's presumed that when U.S. President Obama will make his address in Israel, then he's bound to insinuate the parameters of all the past Israeli peace proposals within the last 13 years since Camp David 2000. All of them included the demarcation of the two-states side by side, Israel and Palestine, based on boundaries which would be approximate to the 1967 cease-fire lines, with exchange of territories, and the required fair arrangements to the most contentious core issues, Jerusalem and Palestinian refugees. These parameters, he'll explain, would guarantee Israel's Jewish identity and democratic status. So the question remains, why would you want President Obama to address the Knesset with the envisioned peace agreement parameters, when Israel's prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, hasn't done so first in the Knesset ? It's logical, no?
Opposition leader Isaac Herzog calls on government to allow Syrian refugees into Israel (Haaretz)
from the article: Obama’s Knesset boycott