Hello Ben Gurion- We are still planning our Golan trip though postponed for a bit. Okay you have convinced me. Still I am not the one to be convinced. The Golan is an awfully pretty place I hear. There really has to be clarity about what the trade-off is: once again, land for peace, but really a strong peace that can be counted on and maybe multilaterally guaranteed ( connected to Saudi Plan?). This means giving the tangible for the intangible/ a promise. Goodwill has to be demonstrated or believed for such a wrenching removal of people from land they are attached to ( harder than Gaza). Cooperation re: Shebaa Farms may be a first baby step. But now you are saying Syria will not cooperate. Will she or won't she? or can she ( now because of "the street"? Also see the Slackman article in yesterday's ( Sunday) New York Times on Iran. Thanks so much for your thoughts.....
Beirut protesters must leave environment ministry, interior minister says (Reuters)
from the article: Between Shaba and Taba