Only Benjamin Netanyahu can truly fly the flag of November 29, a day that will live in the consciousness of Israelis and Palestinians alike.
The separation fence in the West Bank cuts off villages from towns, and towns from cities. Now, it is also separating nursing ewes from their lambs.
The industrial zones in Judea and Samaria, whose products are to be labelled in Europe, do more good for the Palestinian economy than the EU does.
Benjamin Netanyahu is trampling on all the elements that ensure democratic rule, assisted by his supine cabinet ministers.
Connecting the European boycott of settlement products to the Holocaust ignores two dramatic transformations the Jewish people underwent in 1948 and 1967.
In the normal world, the generals demand a more aggressive approach and the civilian leadership restrains them. In Israel, though, things are topsy-turvy.
If the EU’s labeling guidelines, a tool to pressure Israel towards a two-state solution, aren’t sufficient, then a full boycott of Israel may be the only solution, despite the inevitable pushback and accusations of anti-Semitism by Israel’s right-wing government.