There is sound historical support for the good Rabbi's solution to the Palestinian problem. It is not withoput some risk , however. In a similar situation, the Times reported " no foreign propogandist bent on blackening [name] before the world could outdo the burning, breaking, of blackguardly assaults on a defenseless and innocent people which disgraced the country yesterday" The reference was to the attack on the innocent and defenseless jews in Germany in retaliation for the murder of the German diplomat by a Jew. The event is remembered as Kristallnacht. So the good Rabbi is not the first to conjure up such a response to a senseless murder. But we have never forgotton Kristallnacht--will Israel have the same legacy?
EU's Tusk warns Turkey to cut refugee flow (Reuters)
from the article: Itamar murders don’t justify stripping Palestinians' rights