Obama's charm isn't enough to convince a skeptical Israeli public
No matter how charmed the Israeli public is by Obama's visit, Israelis remain unconvinced that making major concessions will buy any real closure to the Arab-Israeli conflict, especially at a time when a hollowed-out American military can't ride to the rescue if everything turns sour.
It was encouraging that Aluf Benn's homily to Israeli leftists stated clearly that they would be best advised to convince the Israeli voter to win the debate over Israel's future borders, rather than invest their hopes in a knight errant or errant knight from the U.S. to do the job. If this advice would also...
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