After Netanyahu says he would wait for a new U.S. president to reach a better military deal for Israel, American officials fire back.00:09 08.02.16 | 0 comments
Talk is cheap. Paper is cheap. Actions speak louder than either. Principles are more important than tactics. If anyone really cared about the rights of the people of the Golan, and not just of state-corporation entities, they'd suggest founding a demilitarized, Druzistan including BOTH the Golan and the Jebel Druze area in Syria; open to Israelis and Syrians. But this isn't about the rights of Druze, or of any individuals, is it? Just control, and pure 'might makes right' politics as usual. Meanwhile, the Golanis have more rights as Israelis than they'd ever have as slaves to the Assad regime. And there IS de facto peace, right now, on the Golan. Nothing would be gained by giving in to the Assad terror-regime. Good for you for speaking up.