Anybody supporting South Africa-like sanctions against Israel has to be willfully ignorant of the fact that what the Palestinians want to do is regain control of all of Palestine
Some factions do.
However, you are willfully ignoring this ....
The Palestinian Declaration of Independence of 15 November 1988, which referenced the UN Partition Plan of 1947 and "UN resolutions since 1947" in general, was interpreted as an indirect recognition of the State of Israel, and support for a two-state solution. The Partition Plan was invoked to provide legitimacy to Palestinian statehood. Subsequent clarifications were taken to amount to the first explicit Palestinian recognition of Israel
I think there is sufficient good will in Palestine for a 2 state solution except ... there is deep suspicion of any settlement when the Camp David Accords were shown to be less than advertised. And perhaps an attempt at a con .
Most Palestinians also feel (and many outsiders) that the criteria and preconditions for a Palestinian State, as enunciated by the Israelis PM, is not going to create a genuine nation. He knows this and knows that he won't get agreement on it.... So while he stalls he incrementally seizes more of Palestine in order to demonstrate control. And he'll later remonstrate that it is impossible to remove settlers who'd lived on the land for "so many years".
This commentator, (linked) an Arab, agrees with you that a 2 state solution is not now possible. Mostly because the political will to move 300,000 Israelis settlers from what is supposed to be Palestine does not exist. Anywhere. Which means, according to him, one state, with two classes of people.
http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/opinio ... 44351.html
If he's right ... and you are right ... this will be an apartheid state. I hope that he isn't right.
Israelis will not feel safe, nor be safe in Palestinian majority areas. Arabs will be safe but 2nd class in Israelis majority areas. And for the next hundred years trucks will be running over soldiers and innocents as aggrieved Palestinians take out their frustrations in acts of massive madness. (A major motivation for fast acceptance of self driving vehicles in Israel iIsuppose)
There will not be a Mandela arising in Palestine. None of the fanatics on the Arab side, nor the hardliners supporting Nethanyahu would allow him to operate.