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    • Michael
    • 11.12.07 | 11:14 (IST)

    Post-Zionists "believed that Zionism had been one big mistake that now needed to be rectified, and the Palestinian population compensated for the wrongs that had been committed in the name of Zionism - by replacing the Jewish state with a Palestinian one." That's hardly Olmert and Livni, is it. Olmert and Livni would I'm sure, love a maximalist Israel that covers all of the 1920 Palestine Mandate, however, they've realized unlike Arens, that permanent war will lead to Israel going the way of the Crusader Holy Land state. Modern Israel has to develop links with its neighbours and more secure roots in the area. If it continues to rely just on military might, as the Crusaders did, one day, Israel will get unlucky and the military balance will change and Israel will be gone. War is not the answer Arens. If it was, Israel's overwhelming regional superiority of the last 20 years would have brought it security. Try peace for a change.

    from the article: The new post-Zionists
    First published 00:00 11.12.07 | Last updated 00:00 11.12.07
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