Not only because this is a political discussion, which has a subforum, but also because neither are actually "correct" on a number of things. Israel does right by the state of Palestine by fostering the founding of their government, and allocating land for them to grow in. Palestine does right by Israel in that they are attempting to actually start their own nation.
Radical factors/factions are at play though, and as long as that is the case tragedy will continue to be the story of the day in that region of the world. At some point all peoples will realize how childish they were acting, and war will be a thing of the past. I don't see that happening as long as religious beliefs continue to plague society.
By DarthBrogo 
The Palestinians are no more in the right in Jersusalem than the Turks are in the right in Costantinople.
Fuori i barbari
For those who may not understand Brogo's response, it means in translation "Enter the barbarians".
This is (in my opinion) a typical Imperialist response. For a quick refresher on our history, I have copy/pasted this directly from Wikipedia:
The Ottoman Empire (1453-1922)
After being considerably weakened by constant invasions and being cut off from its neighbors by the Ottoman Turks, Constantinople was officially conquered by the Ottomans, led by Sultan Mehmed II on May 29, 1453 after a 53-day siege. During the siege, the last Byzantine emperor, Constantine XI, died while defending his city. Almost immediately, Constantinople was named as the capital of the Ottoman Empire and its name was changed to Istanbul.
Upon taking control of the city, Sultan Mehmed sought to rejuvenate Istanbul. He created the Grand Bazaar (one of the largest covered marketplaces in the world), brought back fleeing Catholic and Greek Orthodox residents. In addition to these residents, he brought in Muslim, Christian, and Jewish families to establish a mixed populace. Sultan Mehmed also began the building of architectural monuments, schools, hospitals, public baths, and grand imperial mosques.
From 1520 to 1566, Suleiman the Magnificent controlled the Ottoman Empire and there were many artistic and architectural achievements that made it a major cultural, political, and commercial center. By the mid-1500s, the citys population also grew to almost 1 million inhabitants. The Ottoman Empire ruled Istanbul until it was defeated and occupied by the allies in World War I.
So yes, those awful barbarians, conquering and subsequently improving the city, should be held in great contempt.[/sarcasm]
Insofar as the aggression shown by the Israelis toward Palestinian civilians is both reprehensible and unjustifiable, I feel that they deserve the consequences of said aggression, and would have no sympathy for them whatsoever, even if the entire nation of Israel were to be re-claimed by the Palestinians.
Though I don't wish to go off-topic, it has been controversial since its inception that Palestine's lands were taken under the pretext of "re-establishing a Jewish homeland" by the Imperialist oligarchy known as the United Nations in the aftermath of World War 2.