Earlier, mortar shells were fired into Israeli territory in apparent spillover from Syria war.12:12 13.10.15 | 3 comments
Sadat still did not have what he wanted from the Russians, the UAR did not have a comprehensive command and control structure, and even with that stacked up against Israel, Israel almost lost. The point I am making is that except for the nuclear option and the Air Force, Israel lost their deterrent capability in the 80's. Israel's enemies are focussing on antiaircraft weaponry now, because once an Israeli jet is shot down, the last of their deterrent is gone. I agree with the rest of your post though, and i think we want the same thing. I agree that the road to peace should be resolved fairly, but what I sense is that many people still falsely believe in Israel's might, and for that reason, are unwilling to negotiate fairly. You mention my bias and unrealistic viewpoint? I don't understand. I am biased towards peace and the free practice of Judaism, and I am against Muslim States and Caliphates. So which side am I biased towards?