Conventional wisdom says `return to the 1967 borders`. Yet even this is an injustice, giving much the smallest part of the land to the larger population. Much more just, though even more challenging, is a return to the 1948 borders, from which the existing population was forcibly expelled, many dying in the process. Gradually, this is being seen as the only just - and in the end, the only potentially peaceful - solution. Jews, Christians and Muslims shared the Holy Land for centuries, not without disagreements and sometimes conflict, but generally peaceably. Even today, most ordinary people are prepared, despite all the fanatical propaganda, to co-exist - in Palestine one sees examples of tolerance every day, and I guess in Israel too. The support is gradually gathering for a single state in which all sections of society are represented - and valued. As Abunimah points out, nobody thought it would be possible in South Africa. It can happen here too. This is an important and inspiring book.