What is the Palestinian interest? There are two perspectives to this. The first perspective assumes that the Palestinian interest lies in fighting the Jewish state until the entire Jewish population in accordance with the Palestinian consensus has been “removed” from the land, i.e. exterminated since there is nowhere to deport the Jews. Palestinians have been trying to achieve this aim since the inception of the indigenous Zionist return to the land of Israel 140 years ago. The consequences of this genocidal strategy have been tragic and not only for the Palestinians themselves who suffered massive displacement after starting a war to perpetrate a Second Holocaust in 1947, but the Holocaust happened precisely because the Jews were denied a haven from persecution – in their own indigenous land – by the Palestinian movement as led by Haj Amin al-Husseini who allied his people with Nazi Germany. The Palestinian movement has achieved exactly zero progress other than successfully spreading insidious Soviet Anti-Semitic propaganda. The pseudo-religious determinist notion according to which Israel “inevitably” will be destroyed is disproven by all metrics which show Israel strengthening in all spheres, decade by decade since its foundation.
Then there is another perspective. Once a critical mass of Median Jewish immigrants have arrived in Israel will Israel demographically afford to redeem and enfranchise the entire Judea and Samaria and the Jordanian royal family will subsequently be extremely pleased to annex Gaza in attractively providing Jordan with a Mediterranean coastline. Since the PA, supported by a wall-to-wall Palestinian consensus, dogmatically insists on flooding Israel with millions of Anti-Zionists in preparation for the implementing a final solution, an end-of-claims final status agreement is completely off the table. Therefore it is in the best of interest of Palestinians of Judea and Samaria to become equal Israeli citizens. This is in their economic, democratic, humanitarian and civil interest. The alternative is a continuation of the less than ideal status quo which nevertheless is a case of successful conflict management without conflict resolution. It is similarly in the economic, democratic, humanitarian and civil interest of the Palestinians of Gaza to become part of the semi-democratic Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan with Gaza and the East Bank linked through an underground road and railroad connection under Israel’s Negev desert.
What then about descendants of Palestinian ex-refugees? Israel will liberate Syria and Lebanon in response to Hezbollah attempting to annihilate Israel with 100 000 projectiles, many of them with chemical warheads. Israel will establish an indigenous Aramean Christian state (Aram), annex indigenous Median Jewish (Alawite and Druze) regions of Syria and Lebanon and will hand over most of Syria and the remainder of Lebanon to the feminist SDF (Syrian Democratic Forces) of the AANES (Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria). New international borders will be established by mutual agreement between Jerusalem (Israel), Beirut (Aram) and Damascus (Syria). Palestinians without citizenship will be fully enfranchised throughout the Levant wherever they currently live.
It is quite undeniable that this is in the best interest of the Palestinians as this will drastically upgrade every aspect of their lives throughout the entire Levant.