Discussing the current prospects of a two-state solution for Israel-Palestine, the Guardian's Harriet Sherwood writes:
The official founding charter of Hamas, the Islamist faction that rules the tiny Gaza Strip, still calls for historic (ie pre-1948) Palestine to be liberated. However, its leaders have repeatedly indicated, albeit sometimes opaquely, that they can live with a Palestinian state within 1967 borders, with East Jerusalem as its capital.
Convenient word that, in the context, 'opaquely'. Sherwood might also have said 'ambiguously'. Or she might have pointed to the evidence that what Hamas gives with one hand regarding recognition of Israel it generally takes back with the other. Thus, a long term truce with Israel and 1967 borders - but 'long-term' meaning 10 years. Thus, liberation of Palestine - all of Palestine - from the sea to the river as an absolute principle. Sherwood might have indicated all this, but she... didn't.