Josh and Toby toss a football. I think Josh might have damaged his eyesight spending all that time in a dark hospital, because he's wearing sunglasses in the shade. Josh doesn't think that Farad will accept the offer of shared sovereignty. "Farad's elevated being a victim into an art form." But Toby isn't so sure. Josh jumps on Toby for seeing the Palestinian point of view. Toby: "What, now suddenly you're Jewish. I don't remember seeing you at temple." Bah. They've already had this fight. Josh thinks that, after the Holocaust, it's important to preserve Israel as the one place that it's okay to be Jewish. Toby points out that America is a pretty safe place to be Jewish. They argue about this for a while, and then Will runs up to them: "Bartlet got Farad." As folks on the forums pointed out, it should be pretty deeply ingrained in the White House staff that it's "President Bartlet" and not "Bartlet." But Will is the new chief resident, so I assume he's entitled to take some liberties.
Jed is walking with the Israeli PM, outlining the deal that Farad has agreed to concerning joint sovereignty. The PM tells Jed that he has stayed there for five days working hard on the negotiations because he values the friendship of Jed and the U.S., but that he has taken an oath not to give up control of Jerusalem: "My right eye will fall out, my right arm will fall off, before I will sign a document giving up Jerusalem." Jed tries to persuade him, but he will not hear it. He tells Jed that the Israeli delegation is going home. Commercials.
Jed, Toby, Kate, Josh, and Will are sitting around a fireplace in a cabin. Leo is standing nearby. They're discussing possible proposals they could bring to the Palestinians that might be acceptable to the Israelis, perhaps involving some kind of custodial arrangement over Muslim holy sites in Jerusalem. Charlie approaches Jed and tells him that the departure of the Israeli delegation has been delayed. When Jed asks how, Charlie tells him, "We told them the state police needed ten hours to secure the road." Jed tells Charlie to let C.J. know there will be a statement in the morning. Jed ends the meeting and tells them to get a good night's sleep. Leo tells Jed that he'll get C.J. working on some strategies to get the administration's side of the story out. As he leaves, Leo says, "They weren't ready."