"the Arabs will have to accept the idea that the Jews have a right to live in the country"
A "right' precisely equivalent to any person's right to live in any country in which their ancestors have lived at any time.
In other words, a "right" that, if it did exist in any World (apart from a Zionist's perverse imagination) would render the World ungovernable, any concept of nationhood or even race, meaningless.
Of course, such a right would return Palestinians to their homes immediately eh Nathan?
"It is often said that the Arabs fled, that they left the country voluntarily, and that they therefore bear the responsibility for losing their property and their land. It is true that in history there are some instances — in Rome and in France during the Revolutions when enemies of the state were proscribed and their property confiscated.
In general international law, the principle holds true that no citizen loses his property or his rights of citizenship; and the citizenship right is de facto a right to which the Arabs in Israel have much more legitimacy than the [European] Jews. Just because the Arabs fled? Since when is that punishable by confiscation of property and by being barred from returning to the land on which a people's forefathers have lived for generations? Thus, the claim of the Jews to the land of Israel cannot be a realistic political claim. If all nations would suddenly claim territories in which their forefathers had lived two thousand years ago, this world would be a madhouse."
- Erich Fromm