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.
Bennett, Deri expected to resign from Knesset, remain in cabinet under new 'Norwegian Law’ (Haaretz)
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