BB, even if you don't like or agree, you are going to have to realize Israel is there to stay
I don't care!
It's Israel which should ask itself those questions if they prefer to live in a fortress, walled in, as isolated pariahs hated by their neighbours or if they want peace and normal relationships.
For peace they just have to give something...but right now it seems they prefer to put their future with their army and their nukes.
It's their decision Plastic, not mine nor anybody elses.
PS: I wonder what they will do if the Palis declare their independence (should be quite soon i've heard)
In November 2009, Palestinian officials were reported to be preparing the ground for asking for recognition of a Palestinian State from the Security Council. The state was envisioned to be based on the 1967 Green Line as an international border with Israel and East Jerusalem as its capital. The plan was reported to have support from Arab states, Russia and the UN Secretary General, Ban Ki-moon. 
Fayyad said last week that the Palestinian Authority intends to establish a de-facto state by 2011, despite failing peace talks.
We have decided to be proactive, to expedite the end of the occupation by working very hard to build positive facts on the ground, consistent with having our state emerge as a fact that cannot be ignored," Fayyad told the Times of London. "This is our agenda, and we want to pursue it doggedly."
According to Fayyad, the idea would be to "end the occupation, despite the occupation."
It seems at least one side is sick of all that empty talk of peace as new settlements are build every day...