I'm having a seizure myself.
Progress toward Israeli-Palestinian peace will help thwart Iran’s nuclear weapons ambitions. Both developments will improve Israel’s security. But Israel’s top officials are not yet convinced..
What has one to do with the other?
And he takes a wrong turn:
...the road to dealing with Tehran goes through Ramallah, and that time is running out not only for halting Iran’s nuclear weapons program but also for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
One has nothing to do with the other.
Iran has no real interest in the issue of "Palestine" except as it presents an instrument. Iran opposes us - period.
And then he gets weird:
...Israel should be taking independent steps to create the outlines of a two-state reality on the ground. It should declare that it has no sovereignty claims over areas east of the security fence it built in the West Bank. It should enact a voluntary evacuation and compensation law for the settlers who live in these areas. The future of those settlers who decide to stay will be determined when a final status agreement is signed. An in order to avoid repeating the failure of Israel’s 2005 withdrawal from Gaza, the Israel Defense Forces would maintain control in the areas being voluntarily evacuated, until the agreement is reached.
Palestinian National Economy Minister Jawwad Naji told Anadolu Agency..."The Palestinian leadership rejects any Israeli step that seeks to establish control over the Jordan Valley, which constitutes 29 percent of the West Bank,"...^