I didn't go to synagogue today because I didn't want to hear the Rabbi ranting again about "indefensivable borders", that cliche we've heard four decades now. What would be really approaching a most defensible stance for Israel is making the difficult compromises and taking a moderate political peace plan to the table. It's assumed Israel would retain the largest blocs of settlements and that Palestinian refugees will be returning to the new Palestinian state. Any serious leader who wants to advance peace would meet his adversary to reach these compromises.
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from the article: Barak: Israel-U.S. differences on peace process 'smaller than they seem'