In fact, this is what was already done. So why do you think giving in to the Palestinians 'stage one' demands will not lead to 'stage two'?Originally posted by danholo
Not unilaterally retreat. As a suggestion Israel, as a first step, would pull out completely out Gaza (I have no idea why there are settlements there in the first place) as a good-will gesture and pull back to pre-Intifada borders in the WB and ease some restrictions concerning check-points. Also Israel should stop making a cage out of some Palestinian towns like Qalqilya. Under these conditions Israel will give an ultimatum to the Palestinians: If even one terror attack occurs against Israelis, retaliation will be immense. Both Gaza and the WB will become occupied and the IDF will not stop until every single terrorist is killed - capturing is not an option.
It would be kind of like a test for the Palestinians and their supporters. It will show, once and for all, that what the case is and what must be done about it.