This is what I got from Aida in a personal conversation that followed. It boils down to two questions: (1) what are your human moral values, and (2) do you want peace?
The Jewish values, and I therefore assume also Israeli, were stated nicely by Rabbi Hillel (1 BCE): “That which is hateful unto you do not do to your neighbor. This is the whole of the Torah, The rest is commentary.”
As for wanting peace — Aida believes that (at least?) 60% of Jewish Israelis want peace. I did not ask, but see no reason why both values and wanting peace are different in the Plaestenian and Arab communities.
If one really (I mean *really*) wants peace — the rest become implementation details.
Then the discussion became — so why are we not moving towards peace if the majority of population on both sides want it? To me, this raises questions about the government and democracy on both sides — are they representing the will of their people or are there (very) different forces in play?