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I suppose since it's a total hypothetical, one could imagine a lot of things - but any future proceeding from now, or even the last few decades, is very far from any such thing.

I do think the Palestinians could have a prosperous, free state in time. But right now, their culture has been extremely warped by their situation and leadership - much like many other nations in the Middle East and elsewhere. (You could even say the same about Israel, given how they keep re-electing Bibi and his ilk.) And Western-backed nation-building has not generally been a resounding success in the region.



This is exactly the mindset that will take generations to repair. One could argue that Israel's behaviour is related to having too much of this mindset itself.
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