I think the general consensus is that the notion of a "Falacstinian" state west of the Jordan is a dead idea. Even Ehud Barak knows that the Arab intention is to use a "state" to destroy Israel (so why is he so hellbent on kicking religious Jews out of Judea and Samaria? Because they are religious, and he is more afraid of religious Jews than Arabs.). With no leadership that rejects the continued Arab genocidal stance against Jews, and a UN funded educational system that continues to teach Arab children that Jews are meant to be murdered, and that Israel is an illegal entity, there is no point in continuing to go through the ridiculous machinations of negotiations, freezes, etc.
While Tzipi Hotobeli suggested the ludicrous notion of granting these Arabs Israeli citizenship (I typically love this woman, but granting people citizenship to a country they would rather flee from, or see destroyed, is a bit like throwing an anvil to a drowning man, or at least like dumping a bucket of poo on his head.), Eldad said what I have been saying here since Ehud Olmert's offer of statehood, Jerusalem, almost all of Judea and Samaria, and parts of Israel:
"I am in favor of the end of occupation and I support two states for two peoples. We must end the occupation – I am referring of course to the Moslem conquest of the Land of Israel that began in the 7th century. And we must have two states – meaning Jordan as the Palestinian country; the Arabs of Judea and Samaria can have resident status there, but will be citizens of Jordan and vote for the Jordanian parliament."
"As a doctor, I know that preventative medicine is better than treating a sickness, so my goal is to prevent the establishment of a Palestinian state..."
Well said Doctor Eldad. Well said.
The Falacstinians have a state. It's on the other side of the Jordan. It's time to ban and expel Fatah and Hamas permanently and let the rest of the Arabs in our lands decide what they want to do...move back to their ancestral lands in Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, etc., or stay in Israel as resident aliens and vote in Jordanian elections, etc. Financial emigration incentives would be a welcome plan as well. Polling has shown that with the financial means, a third of Arabs would outright leave.
As sad as it is to say it, coexistence is not going to bring peace. The same intractable position the Arabs held in 1929 when they started openly massacring us is still held today. The language is virtually unchanged. The racist Jew haters of the world beat the drum of our extinction in our lands, fueled by Arab propaganda. If peaceniks want peace there is only one way to have it: a secure Israel fully settled in the land given to us by G-d, as recognized in the Torah, and the Koran, and the Arabs safely and securely living on the other side of the Jordan River.