I find this New York Times op-ed by Shmuel Rosner, “Don’t Annex the West Bank,” pretty radical. Here are its main points:
1. The settler right of Uri Elitzur and left of Reuven Rivlin are ready to annex the West Bank and grant citizenship and equal rights to everyone. Don’t do it! says Rosner.
2. Fences work. See also Rosner’s article in Salon on that.
3. A majority, “like me” says Rosner, have little faith in a peace process.
4. No unilateral withdrawal, citing Gaza.
5. Last paragraph sets forth two (inevitable?) consequences of annexation: (1) annexation without granting rights to Palestinans (which the world won’t accept) or (2) Annexation with citizenship ala Rivlin, leading to bloody warfare (?)(!) Rosner: “Or it could seek one peaceful state for two warring peoples, a road that would destroy Israel’s essence, endanger the Jewish majority and perpetuate a bloody conflict.”
The implication here is what we pretty much heard from everyone on our trip: do nothing (occupation forever).
Occupation forever because we want to “maintain Israel’s essence” and not “endanger the Jewish majority” sounds very dubious as a moral vision for Zionism.
Rivilin and Elitzur do have the moral high ground.