Rabbinic human rights group T’ruah calls for transparency on donor money spent on settlements.17:48 08.10.15 | 0 comments
"The Golan IS of strategic interest ... ", you said. "WAS once", is more appropriate. In the age of drones, spy/surveillance satellites and ballistic deadly missiles, 16 miles/26 kms (the width of the occupied Golan at its widest part) have no strategic value at all. "it is in the interest of Israel to keep the Golan for its resources ... " (DM) Big mistake: The time of war for resources is long over. Israel cannot afford to be the last of colonial powers. A Middle East in peace would be our ultimate resource, much more valuable than any other one. " ... and the half a million Jewish Israelis living there." (DM) Over too is the time of war for 'lebensraum'. What EXACLY WOULD I want from Syria in Return? Simple: A negotiated Peace Treaty, of the kind we finally got from Pres. Sadat and King Hussein.