the opinions in this article are obvious to many. Jews in and outside of Israel, as well as many non-Jews who are concerned about this conflict (it affects us all, with particular relevance to Americans as the financial sponsors) feel that Israeli government policy, and American policy underwriting it, is very unlikely to result in stability or security for anyone. This does not mean we wish Israel harm. I certainly don't. Quite the opposite. It seems obvious to me that underlying much of the support for a militaristic approach is a rage fantasy that can never succeed, coupled with the implication that the Palestinians are of lesser stuff than the Israelis, since the force proponents will also say that NO amount of violence would ever convince the Jews to leave their homes. time will tell who is right, since a change in Israeli/American policy is not likely to occur. My prediction- next year at this time the qassams, or something similar, will still fly.
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