Does the "right" of our enemies to escape inconvenience trump our rights to live free of terror rockets and homoicide bombers? Rationally, this question is a no brainer. But not for the likes of perverse, self hating Jews like Amira Hass. The fence is not the issue. The real issue is, and always has been: Whose land is this? Israel desperately needs leadership who can answer that question with no ands, ifs or buts. Israel would be far better off to invest in compensating our enemies to leave our land instead of building fences.
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