Nobody in the USofA is especially happy with the Islamic State (formerly ISIS or ISIL). Well, they're pretty nasty boys, especially when they encounter Christians, Shi'a, Abadis, and even Sunni Muslims who are not, at the very least, Salafist. Somebody should be stopping them, but that asshole Nuri Kamal al Maliki, obviously, is out of his depth.
Personally, I think Kurdistan is the best bet for the USofA in that part of the world, even if it makes Erdogan fudge his underpants. If nothing else, they're capitalists, and, at the moment, the pesh murga needs help. It's still using ancient Soviet armament against the very latest US weapons looted from fleeing Iraqi alleged "troops." Yes, I'm pro-Kurdistan. No, I'm not a Kurd.
Personally, I think the very idea of an "Islamic State" is disgusting, but I have no higher opinion of a "Jewish State." Yes, I believe in the Holocaust, and I believe that Jews need a place they can be sure they won't be persecuted, but I don't believe a nation state should be founded around any religion. States should be secular and diverse, so ideologues of whatever stripe find it more difficult to grab hold. Think of those assholes who claim the USofA is a Christian country. Kind of makes me sick.
So, no, I don't think the "two-state solution" ever is likely to work — and I'm sure Bibi, sensibly, shares my opinion on that matter, no matter how earnestly John Kerry babbles on. That leaves Israel with two choices, pretty much Sophie-style: either continue the imperial occupation ad infinitum, with increasing international approbation; or fully integrate the Palestinians into Israeli society by becoming a truly secular state.
Me, I favor the One State Solution. "But wait!" many will say, "The Palestinians will outnumber the Jews, take over Parliament, and where will the Jews be then?!"
Fear not, panicky ones. The ultra-orthodox breed faster than the proverbial bunnies, and the real power — which is to say, the big money — will still be controlled by Jewish plutocrats. We all know who's really in charge of our secular "democracies," and it sure ain't us.