That was the PERFECT quote. I watched a movie in New York a couple years ago which documented the insidious intent of the settlers to put facts on the ground in the West Bank. The reporter stood in the kitchen of a house in one of the settlements with an Orthodox woman, pointing out from her comfortable kitchen at the Arab hovels in the hills in front of her. He said, "What will you do with them?" She said, "Who? I don't see anyone out there. All I see is the glorious land of Israel." And ultimately, that's a great analogy. The Israelis don't want to see the Palestinians, and they especially don't want to see the sad truth, which is that Carter was right, and now Obama is having trouble with it too: Israel is an apartheid state, and a rogue state which does not care a bit about what the world thinks. Ultimately--in Israel no less than in Iran--being a rogue is going to mean being left out of the future.
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from the article: What awaits Netanyahu on his next trip to Washington?