June 12, 2012

This book focuses on two axes regarding Israeli perceptions of a permanent solution: defining Israeli requirements in a negotiated agreement, and defining Palestinian requirements in a negotiated agreement.

In the first axis, the author dealt with Israel’s requirements in several issues: such as security, water, Hebron, and other requirements. He summarized the Palestinian requirements by: controlling the Palestinian Arab population over the entire area of ​​the West Bank and Gaza Strip, geographical contact with the Arab world, and land contact between the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Gaza, and other issues. The author also reviewed three solutions, the first is the withdrawal from all regions, the second is a regional compromise, and the third is a region with a special status