Well said but for the following: a) if the national religious camp are hardworking people, as your say b) if Tel Avivans are busy leading hedonistic lives, as you say, c) if the Israeli "leftists" are sympathetic to Palestinians, as they say, d) if secularists are engaged in "encore" pursuits (more money, more pleasures etc), as you say, e) if the army and the police are out there for civilian protection, then I wonder, WHO do the mass media refer to when they talk about incidents involving rotten eggs, uprooted trees, stone throwing, broken windows, beaten school children, snippers and vigilants? I agree with you that rejecting outright and en masse the religious folk as loonies is hugely unfair and misinformed, + yes, there are more than many very nice and warm religious people out there, but eggs don't fly, trees do not walk and 11 yr old Palestininans don't smash their heads by themselves (these boys, and the occasional girl, only blow their heads off a few years later, but that is another topic). Until Palestinian society singles out its own loonies (and it has more than enough) and Israeli society singles out its own fair share ( it does better than the Palestinian side in this respect, but it takes two to dance) and quite strangely -don't you think?- both sides' loonies only happen to invariably develop only religious discourse to prove everyone else ...looney (and traitor), then there shall be no end to this tragedy. I bid you this one indeed, all the religious are not loonies. But all the loonies are religious in this neighbourhood of the world.
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