Originally Posted by Direckshun
Of all of these things, the only thing that's possible is the last item on your list, since that's the only one that doesn't require time travel.
Hamas will likely clamp down on its militant factions following whatever truce both sides strike in Cairo.
It doesn't require time travel for palestinians to unite under leadership that would oust Hamas, defang militants and make a real peace with Israel. It won't happen because there aren't enough palestinians who want that. Whether that's because they've been misled to believe that Israel is evil or because they are evil themselves doesn't really matter.
Even if Hamas clamps down on it's militant factions in the short term, it will just be a strategic lull in order to improve their position wrt Israel for the next conflict. That's not good faith. It's pretty much the opposite of good faith.
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