Imagine if Israel agreed to withdraw plus-minus to the pre-1967 Auschwitz lines and agreed to deport hundreds of thousands of indigenous residents of Judea and Samaria? Assuming that the PA would agree to signing such an agreement which is not at all certain, this would not resolve the question of descendants of ex-refugees who would be used as a tool to intensify and escalate the conflict. There would obviously be no peace as the PA would station millions of foreign troops from hostile Anti-Zionist nations such as Algeria, Bangladesh, Iran, Malaysia and Pakistan in Judea and Samaria in order to destroy Israel.
The Hamas Jihadist terrorist organization would continue to rule Gaza and would continue to launch rockets against Israel and therefore would the Israeli-Egyptian blockade against Gaza remain in place despite the peace treaty and there would sometimes be wars between Israel and Gaza. Judea and Samaria would be turned into a second Gaza with rockets regularly launched against central Jerusalem and against cities throughout Israel, including in the Galilee. The Palestinian regime would inevitably continue to incite ethnic and religious hatred against Jews and pay stipends to Anti-Semitic genocidal terrorists. The Palestinian regime would actively destabilize the monarchy in Jordan and incite Palestinian-Jordanians to rebel against the monarchy due to the close strategic ties between Israel and Jordan.
Would there be any improvement for anyone? Certainly not for the Israelis and not for the Palestinians either as Israel would have no choice but to reoccupy the entire Judea and Samaria in order to prevent constant rocket fire and defeat the millions of foreign troops from hostile Anti-Zionist nations stationed in Judea and Samaria. Would there be peace? No, certainly not. The main difference would be that Israel would have relinquished its indigenous territorial claims to Judea and Samaria for nothing and agreed to the establishment of an internationally recognized Anti-Semitic Palestinian state and Israel would therefore this time be a de jure occupier with no option of withdrawal ever being feasible for perfectly understandable reasons of vital national security. And of course, as already in the case of Gaza, would the international community blame Israel and condemn Israel for the tragic consequences of following misguided international “advice”.
Peace is at hand, as once a critical mass of Median Jewish immigrants have arrived in Israel will Israel be able to redeem and enfranchise the entire Judea and Samaria and the Jordanian monarchy would subsequently be very happy to annex Gaza. The two-state solution is an irrational messianism with the international community still believing in bringing “salvation to the Jews” through false redemption that would bring nothing good.