It would be nice to have a reasoned response from the Israeli right as to what is the miimum "red line" of International support it needs to maintain a national existence, but the right will dodge the question. The right will also dodge the question of what to do about the Palastinains once the West Bank is de facto incorporated into Israel. It is bitterly ironic that the right purports to be "tough" when in fact their failure to face these fundamental questions is cowardly, and that's far more serious than Netenyahu's short term pandering to win the current election.
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