Thanks for the as always thoughtful answer, even though my perception is different.
“I think Yonah is afraid that there will be an ethnic cleansing of Jews. I think he is sincere about his fears.”
Well, if we are talking “Jews” worldwide and he is sincere, he would be demented.
If, on the other hand, this is exclusively about the Zionist invader population occupying all of Palestine, he is right. Because, first, when you say “It would be a step forward … discussing what a truly just solution would look like”, you should realize that “truly just solution” is only getting a full restituion of the country, sans invaders –other solutions may be more compassionate, more realistic or even better, but “truly just” is only restitution; second, because the character of Zionist settler colonialism does not accept compromises but the whole nine yards –no South African compromises accepted.
Finally, you say ” I don’t see Yonah denying the crimes committed against Palestinians”. That’s a strange statement. All his writing, no exception, is to reject all consequences of the Zionist crime. If invaders are not to pay, that’s the denial of their crime.