As a native speaker of Hebrew, I am sure you have something to contribute to this group. My focus is on the here and now, with different groups of people being drawn together over the use of Aramaic (Is it really just an ancient language?).
So unless as an Israeli national, who knows the city of Jerusalem as well as I do, you can see how the city can be divided. But I do not think it is possible, because the Western Wall is right beneath the Dome of the Rock. They are only separated from each other by a few feet. It is not possible to place an international boundary between the two. So the city cannot divided up by political nor religious grounds. There is no alternative, but to keep the city as one. So Jerusalem is going to have to be removed as a bargaining chip.
Previously, MePeace discussions have largely been demonization of Israel discussions. Some of the most valuable discussants to counter this proclivity such as Robert Haymond have seemed to have dropped off the map. More recently, efforts at rebalancing the situation have taken root but, largely, MePeace is one of the many socalled "liberal" organizations engaged and focussed almost wholly against the state of Israel even in the middle of the multitudinous deprivations of the surrounding Arab states and the iniquities emanating from Gaza and the Westbank against the Israeli state. I do not witness dialogue. Don't you have any concerns about this forum which you, yourself, have established? It might be wise to articulate such concerns if, in fact, you do have any. I certainly do!