Be encouraged, be very encouraged. As much time as I've spent in Israel, I can assure you that the percentage of Israelis who harbor dreams of a Greater Israel is miniscule. Most just want to get on with life, and hope less for a greater Israel than to being able to enter a mall, restaurant, or nightclub, without being searched by a guard. And then there's Sderot, where they're more worried about qassems. A secular moderate (not too corrupt) PA group could offer real hope that there's a way forward towards peaceful coexistence. If it materializes, it could change everything for the better, and help make not only the PA but also Israel a more open, better, less paranoid (with justification - but that's another discussion entirely) place. God wiling/Insh'alla. and Happy Jemaa to you...
Hello user Logout | profile
You have watched of 10 articles
Poland wants punishments for use of 'Polish death camp' phrase (Reuters)
from the article: Associates of PM Fayad planning alternative to Fatah and Hamas