He says he demands serious negotiations with the Palestinians and in the next sentence he demands "Jerusalem won't be divided" - which is guaranteed to torpedo all hypothetical negotiations. Seems to me, as an outside observer, that you're overanalyzing this. In Lapid, I see someone who wants to capitalize on his existing popularity and tells everybody what they want to hear. Little to no actual substance.
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Prominent East Jerusalem lawyer arrested on suspicion of Facebook incitement (Haaretz)