And as far as UN support, it has been fairly unanimous for condemning Israel. Israel is an apartheid state with separate roads for Palestinians, forced evictions and demolitions of Palestinians houses by settlers, non-statehood for residents, restrictions on international travel, and crimes against Palestinians that aren't prosecuted (like the Price Tag attacks).
Let's see, with exactly zero Jews living in Gaza and Jordan, and every Jew living in the West Bank considered an illegal settler zionist occupier, but yet Israel is 20% Muslim, how in the world can you call Israel the apartheid state without saying the same (and notably louder) for Palestine and Jordan?
Separate roads? Try death penalties for selling land to a Jew in Palestine and Jordan. But no, Palestine and Jordan are not apartheid, they're "remarkably peaceful" as you claim.
Forced evictions, restrictions on travel, etc. Yes, you mean what Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Libya, etc have done to their own Jews after Israel's creation in 1948. But somehow, it's okay with you when Arab states do that.
The more you learn about the Palestinian limbo, the more you realize that they are remarkably peaceful despite the conditions they are in.
The more you learn about the decades of attacks and unified Arab aggression that Israel endured, the more you'd realize that they are remarkably peaceful despite the conditions they are in.