Seventeen years after the assassination of Yitzhak Rabin, we find ourselves debating the settlement of “E1.” Rabin, of course, was the man who ushered in the Oslo era and the two-state solution as we know it. Settling E1 has been characterized by many on the left as a scheme to destroy the two-state vision advanced by Rabin. Ironically, the E1 plan was Rabin’s idea to begin with. Left-wing groups such as J Street have voiced their opposition to E1 settlement, parroting concerns raised by Abbas. This is consistent with J Street’s definition of “pro-peace” as a framework in which Jews endorse Palestinian viewpoints and adopt them as their own. I reject this definition of “pro-peace.” I reject the hysteria and condemnation stirred up by Jews planning to build houses. I support the two-state vision of Rabin. I support settlement of E1.