- “The need for explicit Palestinian recognition of the State of Israel as the national state of the Jewish people.
- “The demilitarization of a Palestinian state in such a manner that all of Israel's security needs will be met.
- “International backing of these security arrangements in the form of explicit international guarantees.
- “The problem of refugees must be resolved outside the borders of Israel.
- “The agreement be an end to the conflict. This is to say that the Palestinians will not be able to raise additional claims following the signing of a peace agreement.”
Witness: If a two-state solution comes to pass, Jews will not be allowed to live in Palestine. What kind of "partner for peace," what kind of "friendly neighbor" is that?
The answer is, it's neither. The bottom line is and always has been this:If the Paletinians were to set down their weapons today, by tomorrow there would be no war. If the Israels were to set down their weapons today, by tomorrow there would be no Israel.
Am Yisrael Chai.