Several issues stand in the way of an agreement, including Turkish demands of unfettered access to the Gaza Strip, and Hamas activity in Turkey.17:16 11.02.16 | 0 comments
You, David, seem immune to the notion that these women mean what they say, that they want to pray at the Wall, and you appear to assume that this is nothing but a political provocation. And while they remain nonviolent, you accuse them of provoking others to violence. Are the violent ones so righteous that their violence can be forgiven, while your provocateurs should be held accountable for violence against themselves? Look at these women. They aren't trying to start riots, they are simply unwilling to be cowed by those who think violence is a legitimate response to something they don't like. Perhaps we should see if the sky would fall if the Orthodox were banned from the Wall for 21 years. If it doesn't, then we'll know everyone is welcome.