Two set to meet in Cuba for talks on killing of Christians in the Mideast, a meeting hailed by Russian envoy to Vatican as confirming 'the Christian civilizational role of Russia.'04:09 06.02.16 | 0 comments
There are difficult choices that need to be made that we really don't want to face up to. We don't want to discuss population transfer, unless it's orange being transfered. We don't want to discuss the viability of a "Palestinian state" that's split in two. We don't want to accept "Loyalty to the state" as being a normal expectation. We don't want to accept a premise of a muslim arabic state with no jews alongside a jewish state with no arabs. We want to have it all, but that just can't work. There are difficult choices where we have to look at the bigger picture and do some "wrong" things for an end result that is "right". These choices assume wanting and being able to live side by side. The alternative of One secular state called Israel, is a non-starter. The alternative of eternal fighting is also a non-starter.