People on here think I'm anti-Israel but I'm not. I've been to Israel and liked the secular, tolerant, pluarlist side of it that I know exists even in Bibi's Israel. I've said repeatedly on here that Israel could be a huge asset to the Middle East and the world, as a mix of the best of Jewish and the best of Arab culture. I've also said repeatedly that, to be safe, Israel needs to reach out to its neighbours and form bonds with them. A basic start would be to use Israel's Arabs as a bridge to the neighbours allowing intermarriage and free travel etc.
Yemen's Houthi rebels commit to peace plan in letter to UN chief, BBC reports (Haaretz)
from the article: Mideast can accept Israel if Netanyahu will let it