Anybody who understands the enemy realizes there are only two outcomes.
One involves a genocide with people pushed into the sea. The other involves people moved across a river.
Palestinians and Israelis deserve to have their human rights and national interests met. Shamefully, the racism and smug arrogance motivating a thought process like this is liable to not only make the most "understanding" war criminals from terrible conflicts, including World War II Germany, blush, for, if believed by people with influence, it retards any significant progress towards peace.
While the intent of my reply is to identify the sheer cowardice of waitlsited, I do want to shed light on additional -- and far more desirable -- outcomes, as (s?)he suggests that genocide and forced relocation are all there is.
1: Most serious policy makers have worked out how to establish two viable states, based on pre-1967 borders. This will require immediate dismantling of settler infrastructure in the Occupied Territories, equivalent international aide, guaranteed civilian security and a right of return, and fulfillment of everyone's human rights, as codified in the International Declaration of Human Rights.
2: Of course, there are multitudinous variations on how to achieve peace. Another well-analyzed pathway is for a unified, secular state to guarantee equal rights and opportunities to all of its citizens.