Israel has been the main obstacle to such negotiations, apparently because it wants to continue expanding - new settlements are being built as we speak. And the one between Israel and the Golan Heights, apparently. What happened fifty years ago does not write a blank check for Israel into the indefinite future - unless you want to revisit Israel's behavior on a similar time frame? Maybe we could talk about car bombs and other international terrorism, directly involving Netanyahu in the past. Or maybe this, more recent: https://www.npr.org/2018/08/07/6364...cket-scientist-some-are-blaming-israeli-intel Or maybe we could talk about Israel's handling of the Palestinian's water supply. True - only crowd murdering expansion, involving mere hundreds of square kilometres of ethnically cleansed land, is involved. Israel is the smallest nuclear power, with the most local ambitions, unless I have overlooked someone. Much as one hates to even attempt this: neither the US nor Iran has occupied and ethnically cleansed any large region of the planet in a long time, and Iran has done little in the way of mass murder. Iran, in particular, given its situation, has been a remarkably restrained and peaceable nation - which may of course be mere prudence on their part. - - - - - That would be best. But what if someone does?