I enjoy reading your column, and feel that you have one of the best harts in Israel but on this one I feel you missed the mark. The real issue for peace is making the leaders of your country feel that the ’67 borders are the best option and not the worst. I don’t think threatening a one state solution will work either, A new tactic I believe is necessary for the Palestinians to achieve this. I don’t know maybe sue the state of Israel for disillusionment of their promised state in ’48 and ask for a full allotment of the land promised them and an independent Jerusalem. I think there may be enough evidence to support those allegations in the ICC, certainly enough to frighten the leadership. All I know it will not be until the leaders of Israel feel the ’67 are the best option and not the worst option that things will change.
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