As the years passed, Peres came to understand that controlling another people for years on end was a surefire recipe for endless wars and lack of security.
With a strong conviction that the course of history can be altered, Peres fought to overcome confrontation and enmity.
A lazy and dangerous lecture by the likely next president of Yeshiva University
Farewell to your ashes, Peres. It's not pleasant to say so, but as a public figure, you were buried long ago by those eulogizing you today. And allow me to just add this: Their tears are crocodile tears.
The year is 1985, and Prime Minister Peres asked us to take him to an air force base for an unknown reason. There, off of a plane came Ethiopian Jews who yearned and dreamed of aliyah to Israel.
At a time when Israel is going backward and turning its back on compromise with the Palestinians, it’s sad to say goodbye to the last of the founders’ generation, someone who worked tirelessly all his life to secure Israel.
If Israel is on the verge of a moral abyss, then Peres had a part in that. If it’s a country en route to apartheid, he was a founding partner. The truth must be told: Shimon Peres wanted peace, but never saw Palestinians as equal to Jews.
Adam Friedler and Ohad Sandler of the new Good Pharm chain say they have a strategy to undersell their bigger competitors, but it seems that at least some of the other players want to make sure it never happens.
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