If Israel is behind the killing, it may find it has damaged its relationship with the next White House more than it damaged Iran
'Indications of Israeli role' in killing of Iran's top nuke scientist ■ Profile: Mohsen Fakhrizadeh ■ Trump might leave scorched earth and Bibi's happy to lend a lighter ■ Iran will find nuclear scientist just as talented ■ Fakhrizadeh's death may hurt Israel more than he ever did in life
With the annexation of East Jerusalem in 1967, Israel made an outrageous decision: to completely annex the land but not the people living on it. Thus, an apartheid-like situation was created, in which 40 percent of the population in Israel’s capital city are not citizens of this country. The excuse employed by decision makers at the time was that the Palestinians themselves do not want full Israeli citizenship, and that they can obtain it if they wish to do so. But when the Palestinians despaired of the diplomatic peace-seeking process and sought citizenship, Israel held back from granting it.