There was little content in the speech. A "contiguous state" is a geographic problem and not consistent with '67 borders. He did not address Jerusalem or the "right of return" or compensation for Jewish refugees from Arab lands. Maybe Jordan should offer some land east of the Jordan river? That would allow for a contiguous state. The '67 borders are not workable for either Israel or the Palestinian arabs as evidenced by the wars and terrorism preceeding '67. Other nations need to contribute land...not just Israel.
Police disperse hundreds in brawl in Kafr Manda, northern Israel (Haaretz)