I also have not enough information to comment but I'm going to anyway
I know it is rough on the Jewish people having to leave their homes and businesses after 40 years, but it was just as hard on the Palestinian people when they had to leave their homes 40 years ago. Some of those people had been on the land for generations and were told, nope, get out, we have decided to give this land to the Jewish people.
I know that after the devastation of WW2 the Jewish people needed a nation of their own, some where to call home and feel safe, unfortunately the people who already called that land home were kicked out.
The situation was, is and always will be wrong on so many levels, I think it was a case of doing the wrong thing for the right reasons.
I do not have a solution, I wish to God I did, but 100's if not 1000's have died because of this 'solution'.
I hope that they can find an answer but I seriously doubt they ever will, if it was possible to seperate religion from the question and have it posed strictly as a humanitarian effort I think it might have been possible to establish a working solution, but as long as religion is mixed in nothing will ever be solved because both sides think they have the 'God/Allah given right' to the land and as their lives are so surrounded by hate, death and destruction the only thing that makes any sense of the needless death and suffering is the fact that it is 'God's/Allah's' will and they are fighting a holy war, if they now sit down and work out a solution strictly on humanitarian grounds all of the past devastation will be for nothing.
They have backed themselves into a corner that neither side can back down from.
And no I do not think that the US should get involved, this problem has been there for 1000's of years and all the US will get out of it is a lot of grief, probably from both sides as no matter what solution is come up with both sides will feel they got the worst of it. Why should the US have to send more of their soldiers to die so they can get nothing but world wide condemnation for 'interfering'.