It is becoming clear to me that the best the Jews can expect to receive, willingly, from the Muslim world, vis-a-vis remaining in what we view as our homeland, is to be happy if we are allowed to stay there at all, under any circumstances, let alone a country of our own. If this were a free, democratic state, with protections for all ethnic groups (which, given the state of affairs everywhere else in the region, is not very likely to last, if it happened at all), it would be better than the anihilation of the Jews that some radicals are calling for, but it would not give the Jews what the Palestinians are demanding as a minimum for themselves. I would like to think a compromise that gives everyone at least the essense of what they want, however distasteful to both sides it might end up being, could be reached, but I am not very optomistic about it the way things have been going lately.
Iranian parliamentary panel gives conditional nod to nuke deal (Reuters)
from the article: A new consensus