You don't know what you are talkin' bout. The issues are more complicated than can ever imagine. I live here and I wish there was an honest Palestinian Arab leader who really cares about his body politic, and a peaceful political solution. Arafat was a corrupt as you can come--ask his wife who is living on the millions he set aside that was meant to improve the life of the Palestinian people. The current leadership isn't much better, but the money from the EU and other sources is less forthcoming, so . . .
My own fears is that some Israeli industrialists would be be ever so happy to see a neiighbor who can provide a reliable source of cheap labor, as Gaza remains. Yeah, dude, Palestinian "industrialists" produce consumer goods, made by workers who get wages you don't wanna know about, that cross the line and are sold in Israel.
There is a blockade, but it benefits the local industrialists in Gaza, as long as Palestinian Arabs in Gaza cannot cross and work in Israel. I hear that the Egyptians have opened their border to Palestinians of Gaza. It boggles me that Mubarak is gambling that Hamas ops "will not" get together with the Moslem Brotherhood. They are capable of upsetting the Egyptian applecart.
I suggest you pray that the Palestinian Arabs get a leader who is interested in promoting his people's interests. He don't have to love Israel, but if his real intentions are to build a nation that is enough for me. I can live with that, but until then . . .