Sure. And many would say Jews in Palestine (and perhaps worldwide too) will be much more secure when the Jewish state is dismantled in favor of state where people of all races and religions will have equal status, rights,and access to resources. But the accepted narrative is that a state in which Jews are privileged, is necessary to ensure the safety of Jews and, until that narrative changes, I don't see much hope for change for Palestinians.
With regard to the demise of apartheid in South Africa, the narrative in the US and the UK that allowed that regime to last as long as it did was that, whatever its faults, it must be supported or Western civilization in Africa would be endangered (why Western civilization in an alien continent should be protected is open to debate) and communism would establish a firm foothold in South Africa and spread to the rest of the continent. A further piece of the narrative was that, unlike English-speaking South African whites, most of whom could legally live and work in the UK, Afrikanners, having migrated 100s of years ago, had no residency in the Netherlands or elsewhere and they'd be victims of a retributational genocide if black South Africans were to live in country of majority rule.
Archbishop Desmond Tutu has often said that apartheid fell because of the western disinvestment and economic boycotting. The fact there is the beginning of such a movement with regard to Israel offers some hope of a change in narrative.