Blowing up a religious site is wrong. Blowing up structures that are thousands of years old is wrong. I don't see how you can add a "yes, but... " to the answer. You have to understand I am talking about the average Palestinian - I hate Hamas and Islamic Jihad and their ilk. But contrary to popular opinion, they aren't the whole of the Palestinian people. And now you're going to trot out voting numbers, right? But as one turns back the clock and examines events that lead to our current state of chaos, a simple "I'm sorry" will sometimes get more attention than a bomb. It could lead to places a bomb never would. You can laugh and flame me all you want, but it has never been done -- arrogance and stubborness on both sides prevents it.
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Livni: Shaked's annexation bill would lead to bi-national state with Palestinian majority in Knesset
from the article: History Erased