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Table 20 Israeli benefits, costs, perceived benefits and perceived costs for Principle 5

From: A structured scientific solution to the Israeli–Palestinian conflict: the analytic hierarchy process approach

Israeli benefits from Palestinian concessions Priorities P1 P2 P3
Security benefits 0.0461 0.825 0.788 0.725
Social and Economic benefits 0.109 0.788 0.275 0.115
Increase in the effectiveness of military and police forces 0.0585 0.588 0.825 0.078
Allow Israel to define its borders 0.2023 0.313 0.4 0.078
Increased international support 0.1837 0.213 0.788 0.033
Strengthen the democratic nature of the state of Israel 0.4004 0.563 0.563 0.01
  0.4858 0.5653 0.0762
Israeli costs from Israeli concessions Priorities I1 I2 I3
Economic cost to relocate the settlers 0.1282 0.563 0.563 0.275
Rift in the Israeli society, danger of civil war/Jewish terror 0.5261 0.5 0.5 0.75
Erosion of national ethos 0.1208 0.788 0.6 0.4
Puts a large strain on the Israeli democratic character 0.2248 0.275 0.5 0.5
  0.4922 0.5201 0.5906
Israeli perception of Palestinian benefits from Israeli concessions Priorities I1 I2 I3
Repossession of land and natural resources 0.3167 0.862 0.725 0.563
Eliminate the harassment by the settlers 0.0775 0.75 0.5 0.888
Ability to develop the Palestinian agriculture and urban development 0.15 0.85 0.725 0.438
Security (feel more secure in the absence of settlers) 0.1171 0.463 0.95 0.863
Psychological and social benefits 0.0909 0.625 0.725 0.825
Ensuring geographic and integral contiguity 0.2478 0.175 0.01 0.055
  0.6131 0.5567 0.5021
Israeli perception of Palestinian costs from Palestinian concessions Priorities P1 P2 P3
Repair the damage caused by the settlers during evacuation 0.5074 0.193 0.825 0.115
Rehabilitation of the land and the facilities 0.4926 0.3 0.788 0.4
   0.2455 0.8065 0.2554
Palestinian actions
P1. Allowing Israeli to choose between incremental and rapid removal of settlers/settlements     
P2. A Palestinian commitment to fully collaborate with Israeli during the relocation process and maintaining a restrained approach toward the actual relocation     
P3. Acknowledging the value of infrastructure, residential and commercial buildings and facilities, after Israeli withdrawal