I'll not argue that a new paradigm is required.
But the Palis start with the premise that Israel should be destroyed, and that is hardly a "reasonable" position.
I know. I've heard this my whole life. And I've believed it fully. But after this round of fighting I can't help wonder what the situation would be today if somewhere during the past five decades the Palis had had something other than the destruction of Israel to live for.
I'm starting to think this is just not fixable. The Israeli strict military control of borders, airspace, travel, living areas, water, electricity, collection and distribution of taxes, and the application of law is so entrenched in the Israeli narrative of national security that I don't see a change coming from this direction. The Palestinians are so filled with rage that I don't see how this can be diffused without more bloodshed. And the leadership of other Arab countries just keep hoping it will all go away.
It's a mess. Maybe the best that can be hoped for is the status quo with a sustained "quiet". At least for a while.