You are certainly free to disagree. The authors you mention certainly would, I think, but I am not certain where you got the idea that I have to agree with them about everything. I do think they provide some very useful perspectives, but so do other authors I admire, such as the late Protestant theologian and sociologist Jacques Ellul, whose perspective on the Israel Palestinian conflict and on mindless anti-Americanism as stated in his book Betrayal of the West is very different from theirs and is perhaps closest to my own, though I am not in full agreement with Ellul either (Hedges has been influenced by Christian authors extremely similar to Ellul, so none of this is as simple as you think).
5 wounded Syrians rushed to northern Israeli hospital (Haaretz)
from the article: Netanyahu to Hamas: Israel's offer for Shalit is final