I guess the new normal in Israel wage peace to start a new war - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • Joe
    • 21.03.10 | 07:26 (IST)

    It would be nice to once read an article in any of the Israeli papers that don't talk about bombing, assassinating, confiscating or occupying. Maybe I'm old fashioned, the idea of waging peace in order to get a green light on waging another war seems crazy to insane but yet this logic is prevalent in Israel. It's quite possible the bubble in Israel is the culprit in that it makes such obvious insane notions appear normal. If Israel makes peace with the Palestinians, a viable state is established, why would Iran - a country not bordering Israel - should be bombed anyway? Here we read Netanyahoo should play nice with the Palestinians to get America's help in bombing Iran? One is left with the thought Zionists think of bombing someone in their sleep. I also get the impression Israel's worst nightmare is if peace was to breakout.

    from the article: Netanyahu, U.S. gave you a second chance. Use it
    First published 01:14 21.03.10 | Last updated 11:09 21.03.10
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