A hundred years after the rebirth of the State of Israel, it has shrunk to a small statelet comprising the Tel-Aviv - Jerusalem corridor. It's remaining citizens squat cheek by jowl under a dome shaped force field, watching Arab, Persian, and EU missiles explode against it, showering fire and sparks into the night. They worry that it is only a matter of time before the enemies figure out how to penetrate the shield, for then it will all be over. The economic elites, who were at the vanguard of the Left, had left 20 years prior, using their foreign passports and connections to escape, leaving their poorer brethren to their fate. So ends the experiment of 'Land for Peace', which Israel facilitated by its brilliance in low impact defensive weaponry.
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