For anyone who stays involved in the matters brought up in this video exchange, it's difficult to figure out what was really said that was meaningful beyond giving both men a chance to distribute the presentation.
Nothing asked or answered resulted in much more than superficial analysis, and the man from Qorvis needs some hand control when speaking.
Also, the suggestion that Israel(only Israel)has a choice between peace and apartheid sounds more like part of the slant one would expect from the firm that really represents those on the opposition to Israel. We never hear what the Palestinian requirements might be to achieve peace, or, for that matter, who is it that really speaks for the Palestinians.
As to the idea that "apartheid" would exist, precisely how many Jewish representatives exist in the governmental bodies in Palestinian/Arab countries.
What we saw and heard in what passed for a discussion on a sensitive issue was not much more than a high school level set up that failed to deliver.