- the two-state solution: Israel withdraws from the occupied territories, abandons the settlements, and Jerusalem is shared capital of both Israel and Palestine.
- the one-state solution, option 1: Israel stays in the occupied territories, grants equal civil rights to the Palestinians and becomes the democratic state of both Israelis and Palestinians.
- the one-state solution, option 2: Israel expels all remaining Palestinians from the occupied territories and claims the entire area between the Mediterranean Sea and the Jordan river.
- the status quo: Israel controls the West Bank and proceeds down the road towards an apartheid state.
I would favour option 2, mainly because I like the idea of states being not exclusively for one particular denomination, but for all their inhabitants.