Yes, we want Peace. Peace is NOT the absence of hostility.
Peace is a process where BOTH parties wish to embrace each other, and do not fear the other party.
A good start to REAL peace is NOT the 1967 borders. The real answer to peace is the FIRST two state solution proposed by the UN in 1947/1948.
It will require much thought on both sides.
First: The "west bank" and "east Jerusalem" were partially annexed in 1967 by Israel.
They based this on several precedents, especially that of (then) Trans-Jordan which annexed the land intended for the 1948 Palestinian state.
So. Let's start out resolving a few issues.
1) Two state solution. Agreed.
2) Land mass. Perhaps if Jordan gives up the land IT took, Israel might give up some additional land.
3) Jerusalem: An International City. Fine. Jordan's 19 years of custodian-ship of Jerusalem shows that not one Jew was allowed into Jewish religious locations during that time. In the almost 45 years Israel has administered East Jerusalem, millions of Muslims and Christians have been allowed to worship freely there.
Point? Israel will administer the international city.
4) Right of Return:
I'm Jewish. Therefore I answer a question with a question. Why is it that in 1948 there were ALL of these refugees? Because the Muslim leaders told their populations to leave, and "let us push the Jews into the sea", and then you can come back.
Whoops. We bad. Now you are homeless. Instead of offering you citizenship in Lebanon/Syria/Jordan and Egypt, we will make you third class citizens, and call you Refugees, and NOT make you legal citizens of our countries.
Let's see if some reparations can be made by the Arab countries who refused to give their brothers citizenship for over 60 years.
To summarize: 1947 borders. territory concessions. Real peace, and a real future