As an out-of-the-closet One Stater, it's great for me to know that the world is full of hidden co-thinkers. Personally, my motivation has nothing to do with the well-worn and over-rehearsed histories because I feel it's time to write a new chapter, which will be about fusion and marriage, not fission and divorce. I'm perfectly happy to say out loud that it means dismantling the present state, but also believe that Israelis have more to gain than to lose; that everyone won't be voting in solid ethnic blocks but find common cause across ethnic boundaries; and that as power-sharing equal partners in the country it will remain a unique homeland for Jews, with many of the good things retained and improved on. And if there's a mass influx of refugee Palestinians, the main problem will be a surfeit of doctors and teachers. As my grandmother would have said, SUCH problems we should have...
Israeli teen lightly wounded from stone throwing in West Bank settlement of Kiryat Arba (Haaretz)
from the article: How to tell when a Mideast Expert is lying