....or the Jewish Diaspora. If right-wing Israel and their buddies overseas prevail, the Jewish Diaspora as a whole will suffer (the local Jewish communities in France and Great Britain already got a little foretaste of things to come during the last Intifada, though I see the biggest danger on the long term for the Jewish community in the U.S., at least if AIPAC, ADL and the Neoconservatives continue to act as they did over the past 2 decades). On the other hand, if there soon will be a compromise worked out between Israelis and Palestinians, anti-Israel (and with that anti-Jewish) sentiments around the world will diminish rather quickly, but right-wing Israel will suffer, because the "Greater Israel" dream will be gone. As I mentioned above, there can only be one winner/loser here, either right-wing Israel or the Jewish Diaspora...
Key U.S. House Democrat cites troublesome issues in Iran nuclear deal (Reuters)
from the article: The Holocaust won't protect Israel forever