Wow, what a progressive Israeli woman. She's very much correct when she states that had people continued the dialogue as the Dayans did with the Palestinians, today we would have been at peace. We wouldn't be contending with Hamas, Islamic Jihad. The only weakness seems to be the disregard to the religious aspect of Judaism and its significance to modern day Israel. But it's really wonderful to hear about her involvement in building bridges. My mother also mentioned she was impressed with Menachem Begin grandson's new book upon hearing its review...soon to be out in North America.
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from the article: Moshe Dayan's widow: Israel doesn't know how to make peace