but pretending to do something like this is like trying to use a bucket to fight a tsunami.I live in Israel for personal reasons,and wish to see a safe and strong Israel.However this should not be at the expense of other peoples' rights and lives Our politicians started all this over 40 yrs ago,and now it is going to be extremely difficult to turn back the clock.However,if we do not,I can only see 'much trouble ahead,not only for Israel and the 'right' , but for all innocent reasonable citizens here who dont agree with settlements,as all as the diaspora who suffer more and more because of our actions.I watched J Street conference live on my PC recently ,and much common sense prevailed.The conference has not been properly reported. How long can the status quo siege mentality be maintained before the reality of our situation sets in?
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