... because Arabs in Israel proper do not experience the separation which exists in the "West Bank". Inspite of the imperfect situation of distrust caused by the unpredictable slaughter associated with Islamic fundamentalist terrorism, Israeli Arabs have liberty and the opportunity for self-advancement. Unlike e.g. Palestinians in Lebanon, say, or Uygurs / Tibetans in their relative homelands which HAVE been annexed by a huge, expansionist country. Israel has not annexed the Arab population centres in the West Bank or claimed it as part of Israel. To be frank, most Israelis would rather a lasting peace over keeping control, but only if control can be given to a strong, peace-orientated government.
Australian police arrest 5 over shooting 'linked to terrorism' (Reuters)
from the article: Are Israel and apartheid South Africa really different?