It's interesting to me that there seems to be an infinite number of mistakes people can make. Israel has made it's share, and then some. There's not enough room here to even list them all. My father, a very experienced physician, is convinced the Israeli medical system helped kill his parents, and my mother's parents, with negligent socialist-medical care. Israeli bureaucracy is a bad joke among Israelis. Corruption and nepotism are rampant. Administrative detention without charges is an obscenity. More Arabs from Hebron/Bethlehem should be allowed to visit Jerusalem. For that matter, Israel should open the Temple Mount to all nonviolent worshipers, no matter what the Waqf says. But Israel also made a few of the right moves, and even then was rejected - like in the 1968 offer to return the territories in exchange for peace. And getting the army out of Gaza in 2005. Neither side is blameless. But that doen't make them equivalent.
Syrian group says Nusra abducts its leader, in blow to U.S. plan (Reuters)
from the article: Israel bars students from leaving Gaza at last minute