The Palestinians have not been subjected to the same treatment that Native Americans suffered, including total genocide of many tribes and near-total loss of cultural and linguistic continuity for most others. But it’s pointless to argue over whether the Native Americans had it worse than the Palestinians, or the Australian Aborigines, or maybe your own ancestors in Ireland or Wales at the hands of the British. There is plenty of misery and oppression to go around, and none of it is justified.
Reparations for Native Americans and Palestinians? Great! What about the Israeli Jews who are descended from people who purchased their land from the Ottoman Empire, or who have lived in the area since Roman times? And as far as the U.S., if “reparations” require you to relocate to another part of North America or Europe to make way for Native Americans who may want to re-inhabit the area where you live, without any Wasichu present, are you OK with that? It’s very convenient for you that there is absolutely no chance of this ever happening. So by your standard, if the Israelis can just hang on for another 30 to 50 years, and do a more effective job, you will be just fine with the situation. You’re the apologist for genocide, not me.
My solution, by the way, is two states, like India and Pakistan. Jews will probably have to vacate all or part of the West Bank, as they did Gaza. I wouldn’t expect many Israeli Arabs to relocate to the new country of Palestine, however. Jerusalem would have to be jointly administered, probably with UN involvement, as the place is important to many people outside of the area. In return, Israel gets guarantees of peace and full diplomatic recognition.
The Israelis that want a “greater Israel” will have to abandon their dream, along with their counterparts who want to “push the Jews into the sea.”