For a Jew to live in Israel requires them to accept the legitimacy of the population displacement that took place around 1948, which implies a degree of agreement with the actions of the Zionist movement. I can't see anything very puzzling about that. Whether significant numbers of Israeli Jews will recognize the injustices done to the Palestinians and recompense them for this in a way which is acceptable to both sides, remains to be seen. At the moment the signs are not very positive.
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