If Palestinians complain of territory expropriated, they are 'extremists'. If they endorse a document, written by a distinguished Jewish jurist, that indicts both Israel and a part of the Palestinian leadership, which Israel defines as 'extremist', then they too are extremist. If they insist on their dignity (human rights') before an international body, they are 'extremists'. There is nothing extreme in blasting to smithereens 1400 people, 15,000 buildings, and bulldozing the agricultural infrastructure, silos and cement works, of one of the poorest patches of land on earth, because 10,000 lampposts, made into primitive missiles, hitting the Negev desert over several years in reply to economic strangulation by israel, managed to kill several Israelis.
Two mortar shells explode in Golan Heights, no casualties or damage reported (Haaretz)
from the article: Palestinian UN draft / The more extreme, the better for Israel