And " if I go there will be trouble, An' if I stay it will be double " comes to mind. President Obama had been critized during his first term for not visiting Israel and now that he's coming to Israel without a peace agreement on the horizon, he's viewed as an American "tourist". Nevertheless, it's really within everyone's interest that peace negotiations begin soon once again despite the obstacles because there will always be obstacles - it's like marriage, always something to overcome whether expectedly or unexpectedly. And Jews and Muslims were meant to live together in the region whether some like it or not. So The Clash had it right.
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Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
from the article: Analysts on Obama's trip to Israel: low to no expectations