there's a chasm between the world views of (national) religious and non-religious. funny though how you assume the high 'moral' ground. a true deeply religious jew won't be impressed by your claims of 'what the non-jews will say'. nor any thought that our religion does anything else than giving us domain over all of eretz israel. the presence of the arabs here is a terrible inconvenience but it doesn't change our right to the land. the most salient issue from your dialogue with any national religious person is that your whole premise is flawed:there's no jewish occupation of israel. the only occupation is that of the arabs on our jewish homeland. all the rest is noise.
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from the article: National-religious messianism is endangering Israel