Israel with an arab majority would not be Israel. It would be another sh*tty arab country with a large non-muslim minority, like lebanon. This has nothing to do with letting all the Palestinians into Israel - Israel's in the unique position, relative to their Arab neighbors, of occupying and illegally settling land that isn't their's while Palestinians are regulated to the cramped confines of the Gaza Strip. There are plenty of things that Israel can do for the benefit of the Palestinian people that fall well short of abandoning the Jewish state.
[QUOTE="-Sun_Tzu-"] But they are one of the main causes. Everything you say about how the bordering Arab states can help out Palestinian refugees applies to Israel ten-fold. -Sun_Tzu-
It is important to recognize that Israel is an occupying power in this relationship. That's not to say that Israel is responsible for all of the problems in the region and if Israel were to cease to exist everything would be fine, but they are still responsible for a substantial amount of the suffering that Palestinians endure on a daily basis. Maybe Israel's actions are justified, maybe they aren't, but these aren't facts that can be easily glossed over.Arabs certainly suffer in Israel and Gaza, but it's not because of Israel, rather their own culture. That's not to say Jews in Israel are completely innocent. I know there's Jews who resent Palestinians (I always slap myself when I use this word to refer to Arabs) who don't want to commit terrorist acts. BTW "occupying" is a modern political hyperbole term that essentially baseless. The Jews can't be occupying their own land.