Palestinian suffering is entirely due to their own genocidal designs, rejectionism and never ending terrorism. Yet, Palestinian suffering is a real humanitarian issue and there is under the current status quo a constant conflict of interest between Palestinian humanitarian concerns and Israeli security concerns. Israel does not always prioritize its own security in e.g. allowing cement for construction of housing into Gaza despite knowing full well that much of the cement would be diverted for the construction of hundreds of kilometers of military tunnels under the Gaza region. Yet, Israel felt that it was essential that there would be continued construction of housing in Gaza and thus sacrificed Israel’s important security interest in preventing the building of military tunnels. Nevertheless, Israel often prioritizes Israeli security but balances its own security concerns with Palestinian humanitarian concerns.
The status quo is such that insisting on a two-state solution will only perpetuate the status quo. However, while Israel can live with the status quo, it is not ideal, neither from an Israeli security perspective nor from a Palestinian humanitarian perspective. Those who insist on an impossible two-state solution are essentially insisting on the perpetuation of the status quo.
The only way to remove all security threats in the land of Israel and satisfy Palestinian humanitarian concerns is a solution that is neither a two-state solution nor a one-state solution. Once Israel has received at least ten million Median Jewish immigrants will Israeli redemption and enfranchisement of the entire Judea and Samaria be enabled indeed and Gaza would subsequently be annexed by the Jordanian monarchy.
This is the only conceivable way to put and end to Palestinian suffering and remove all security threats against Israel from within the land of Israel. All other options are dead on arrival.
Israeli establishment of an Aramean Christian state (Aram), annexation of Median Jewish (Alawite and Druze) regions of Syria and Lebanon and Israel handing over most of Syria and the remainder of Lebanon to the SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) of the AANES (Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria) will resolve the issue of Palestinian descendants of ex-refugees in the northern Levant since they will be enfranchised within the new borders of Israel, Aram and Syria respectively in the locations where they currently live. Israel will enfranchise the Palestinians of Judea and Samaria and Jordan will enfranchise the Palestinians of Gaza.
What is necessary therefore is a series of annexations throughout the Levant that will resolve the Palestinian issue, put an end to Palestinian suffering and ensure full security for Israel.
Resolving the Palestinian issue is essential but it will certainly not happen the way the fantasizing international community imagined. The notion of a two-state solution has become an international fetisch which has meant that the international community has lost sight of the importance of resolving the problem by focusing on a false solution that is logically impossible and does not resolve anything.