Afghan, I can tell you that most Israelis want peace and just want to get on with their lives like everybody else. The Israel-Palestine conflict is not as black and white as it is often portrayed to be and if you look at the whole history you will see that injustices have been suffered on both sides and the only solution is to end the suffering on both sides. It's always important to remember that the Ottomans controlled that area until WW1 and the locals did a deal with the west to break free of the Ottoman yoke. The creation of Israel was kind of inevitable given the deal done with Britain in the previous war. The only way Mandatory Palestine could have avoided it was to not join forces with the British to rebel against the Turks in WW1. Then the Zionist insurgency wouldn't have risen up against British rule, and the whole question of the creation of a state of Israel would have taken a completely different approach. Even so, what kind of world would we have been if, after everything that happened in WW2, we didn't find the Jews a proper place to call home? If Palestine wasn't a British Mandate, then it's quite probable that a home would have been found in Germany, for example, but being that it was a British Mandate, it's hardly the fault of a group of people who have just escaped extermination to want to return to their original home. People can spend day and night looking at who is in the right and who isn't, but in the end there's so much more to this situation than what people see on face value. That's part of the reason why I feel Trump's policy is doomed to fail. He doesn't understand the need of the Palestinians and probably never will, either, considering the man is quite literally a sociopath.