If the Palestinians goal is to "keep their case on the world agenda", to have endless talking heads discussing how sorry they are? To discuss "just" solutions and how they won't accept less? Or do they actually want a state? This involves NO attacks, this involves accepting that Israel will continue to exist, this involves accepting the refugees are not going to live in "racist, apartheid" Israel but presumbly going to live in "free, democratic" Palestine. Accept our politicians are ISRAELI politicians and their job is to do what is best for ISRAEL. Your job is to convince us that handing over the land and giving you what you want is in our interests. So when you talk about resistance, ask yourself does this make the average Israeli more or less likely to support an independent Palestinian state? If that is your goal then that should be your only question and your strategy should be driven by that alone.
Jordan foreign minister says to speak with Kerry on Israel-Palestinian conflict (Reuters)
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