i cannot deny 60 years of warfare.we are certainly divided as to culpability,but that's history.the point is what now,or rather what hence:how do we avoid,if possible,a further 60,or 300 years of war of varying intensity.i think,as you gather,that your way,methods,policy,perpetuate that war,and are in fact devised and implemented with that design in mind.i say greater israel is impossible and unviable even if it were.and though everything that is dear to me is here,my intuition,a foreboding i cannot logically prove,tells me israel is in mortal danger,if it persists in the present course.i repeat-wish to god i am proven wrong.moreover the problem is extremely complex and will instantly become pacific and benign.
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