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Table 30 Israeli benefits, costs, perceived benefits and perceived costs for Principle 8

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

Israeli benefits from Palestinian concessions Priorities P1 P2 P3
Reduction in threat from conventional military risk from Palestinians 0.3278 1 0.975 0.862
No other country can support/aid Palestinians with military 0.1883 0.563 0.525 1
Sense of security 0.1726 0.975 1 0.862
Using Palestinian airspace for military training 0.3113 0.938 0.033 0.07
  0.8939 0.6012 0.6417
Israeli costs from Israeli concessions Priorities I1 I2 I3
Threat 0.4448 1 0.01 0.725
Loss of control 0.4757 0.888 0.375 0.825
Redeployment and restructuring how to ‘deal’ with the new status 0.0795 0.813 0 0
  0.9316 0.1828 0.715
Israeli perception of Palestinian benefits from Israeli concessions Priorities I1 I2 I3
Allocation of resources for economic development rather than military expenditures 0.5978 0.195 0.01 0.663
Declare and ensure the neutrality of the State of Palestine 0.1127 0.725 0.925 0.888
Ensure the security of the State of Palestine through international guarantees 0.2895 0.318 0.725 0.862
  0.2902 0.3201 0.7458
Israeli perception of Palestinian costs from Palestinian concessions Priorities P1 P2 P3
Risk associated with limited national defense 0.11 0.725 0.563 0.1
Political cost associated with the limitations of arms 0.2364 0.725 0.5 0.5
Financial burden incurred by the international community and to be shared by the State of Palestine 0.1688 0.033 0.502 0.313
National pride undermined by limited arms policy 0.4849 0.75 0.1 0.725
  0.6203 0.3133 0.5335
Palestinian actions     
P1. List of forbidden weapons     
 (a) Strategic Weapons     
 (b) Tanks     
 (c) Missiles/Rocket     
 (d) Aircraft     
P2. Monitoring     
 (a) Private groups     
P3. Multinational monitoring (Principle 9)