We aren’t relevant, Yonah ( except for any commenters here who are Palestinian) and if you are talking to Israeli Jews and Palestinians those are exactly the people you should be talking to. I said recently I never understood why a workable 2ss would be that much easier than the Kumbaya 1ss as you put it. In a workable 2ss, the two peoples are still going to be on top of each other. Palestinians and Israelis would presumably be crossing the border constantly. If that wasn’t the case, if it was tense and angry, it would probably fall apart.
Either way, the two sides are going to have to end up liking each other or tolerating each other far more than they do now. So you need that Kumbaya factor in either case.
It doesn’t matter at all if people in a comment section don’t get along. Most political blogs that I have seen have one prevailing view and the dissidents get yelled at.
In my case you are mostly right. I occasionally talk about this subject with people in real life, but it is rare. It’s not a central issue for most Americans. I think as an American we should stop supporting Israeli apartheid, but I don’t spend time thinking about how Israelis and Palestinians should work towards a 1ss.