At some point during the last twenty years of the failed Oslo process the Likud moved left and, for the most part, endorsed two-states for two peoples. Benjamin Netanyahu who, as a younger man, opposed the creation of a Palestinian state has acquiesced to it in recent years. This is because there was hope in Israel. The refusal of the Palestinians to accept a state for themselves in peace next to Israel, combined with this most recent example of the never-ending violence against the Jewish people of the Middle East, killed that hope and is now turning the Likud back and away from the two-state solution and the Oslo peace process.
One name that is getting considerable attention within the Likud leadership, as Israel heads towards elections, is that of Moshe Feiglin.
Feiglin is an interesting guy, from a policy perspective, but he is also an exceedingly hard-line guy, a deeply religious Jew, and a man who advocates for the annexing of Judea and Samaria, as well as bribing Arabs to leave.
I am not particularly religious, so I find his integration of scripture with politics to be somewhat rankling. However, he is also a proponent of civil marriage, which I very much believe should be instituted in that country.
Also, needless to say, I cannot see bribing Arabs to leave Judea and Samaria. We don't want them to leave, we just want them to accept a state for themselves in peace next to Israel, which they consistently refuse. Heck, the only reason that Jews even insist upon two-states is because of 14 centuries of consistent violence and hostility toward the Jews among the large Arab majority in the region.
I certainly do not endorse this guy, but I would like to give him a fair listen. He definitely holds a stark view that can probably best be described as consistent with Sam Huntington's "Clash of Civilizations" thesis.
In any case, he's out there and we need to know what he's saying.