Barry, are you suggesting that Israel is not responsible for the situation in the region? You seem to conflate criticism of Israeli politics as anti-Semitism.
I wonder if you know that that the closest talks to a settlement of sorts at Taba, it was the Israeli government that walked away.
“We made progress, substantial progress. We are closer than ever to the possibility of striking a final deal,” said Shlomo Ben-Ami, Israel’s negotiator. Saeb Erekat, Palestinian chief negotiator, said, “My heart aches because I know we were so close. We need six more weeks to conclude the drafting of the agreement.”
As for compromise, do you think the increased authorisations of Israeli settlements in the occupied territories is benign. The more Israeli settlers, the less opportunity for a two-state agreement.
Peace requires all parties to be sincere, but you seem to believe that Israel’s intentions are genuine and not the other Palestinians. Hamas has recognized the 1967 borders as a basis of peace talks.
As for Sharia Law and Hamas, did the fact that previous Palestinian groups were left wing secular organisations make Israel more amenable to talks? In fact it is well-known that Mossad fostered Hamas in its early days to undermine such groups. The Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP) opposes the Islamist Muslim Brotherhood.
As for religious law having undue legal influence, Israel itself is not immune, if you care to study it. I am old enough to recall when ambulances were stoned for attending emergencies in Orthodox Jewish areas during the Sabbath until a compromise was eventually reached.