I didn't read one word about actual anti-Israeli activity in the article. Although I'm a proud Israeli citizen, I vehemently oppose most of the policies of my government. That doesn't make me anti-Israeli, it makes me an aware and caring patriot. I would only expect the same of those on the right who opposed the Rabin government. They weren't considered anti-Israeli for their anti-government beliefs. When will we realize that in the eventual Peace Agreement, both Isr. & Pal. must make concessions and compromises? No one entity may win and the other lose, or it won't hold water with the citizens of the "loser." Therefore, to be pro-Israeli is to also be pro-Palestinian. To “take sides” is to be on the side against Peace. We know who those persons are. They are on the extreme right and left. Those of us who accept that Peace is an eventuality and want to “cut to the chase” and minimize suffering of both peoples, are the other side who must make sense and logic run our destiny. Palestinians aren’t leaving and neither are Israelis. So, let’s push our leaders (right and left) to study the Geneva Initiative and push it on our PM — NOW!
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Three points of dissent, including whether Israel will be able to control the broadcast and where the cameras will be situated, could lead to new tensions over flashpoint site.04:55 07.02.16 | 0 comments