(and I have many), it's that they merely present themselves as opposition to more right-wing Israeli policies and don't present a comprehensive plan themselves. Any opposition to the right wing of Israel must have a plan of its own, not just a desire to curb the inclinations of hardliners. As for Goldstone, he was right, and who cares what anyone who thinks otherwise has to say? His statements were meant not to sway the Israeli public, which may well be an impossible task, but to inform the world, which he did. If Israel doesn't like the results, too bad. It's in Israel's power to change the situation for the better or worse, though it usually chooses worse.
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