"Though the common wisdom is that the disengagement will have the impact of an earthquake, I believe that once done (and it will be eve if somewhat unpleasant in the doing), the dust will settle and the political lines will be reinstated as if nothing happened." I hope you are right JSW. I fear that too many on both sides are in love with war and death to let peace break out. The threats I fear the most are that the settlers will decide to do something really disasterous. Remember, many of them consider the man who shot Rabin a hero. Or, that the lifting of occupation in Gaza will act to unleash a wave of repressed anger in the Palestinians as the passage of the Civil Rights Act here in the US unleashed a wave of sporatic rioting which lasted several years.
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