It’s for the best that the two state solution officially dies. On one hand, because the international community and many international laws/policies/UN resolutions are tied to supporting it, it is still the only “realistic” avenue that Palestine is officially allowed to pursue. Unfortunately it’s already dead. Israel killed it and as long as the international community and the US especially pretend it is alive, it only supports extending the status quo.
When the 2SS is officially dead, that doesn’t mean the door is shut on Palestine. There is still the 1SS option which Israel despises because there are only two 1S scenarios. The first one is making their Apartheid official which won’t go over well internationally. Even the US might have to say something (maybe). The second is a non-Jewish democratic state where non-Jews are a demographic majority.
They might as well go with the latter. With the number of people emigrating from Israel and the higher birthrate among Israel Arabs, Israel will demographically be finished in time regardless. Might be a few decades, but it will happen. Unless there is an immigration boom (unlikely), an increase in birthrate, or they put a limit on non-Jewish births or even start sterilizing them (or stripping their citizenship which they already do in some cases).
The only way for a Jewish state of Israel to survive is if Israel sucks it up and accepts the 2SS which they will never do. They would rather hold on to the occupied territory and eventually be demographically flipped into a non-Jewish democracy then have their own democratic Jewish state. Seems crazy