This Israeli General Has Tough News for Those Who Want to Live Here in Peace

He has been inspired by certain values espoused by Israel's Arab community, was active in Peace Now, served as commander of the Gaza pullout and doesn't even wear a kippa anymore. Why, then, is Gershon Hacohen, a retired IDF major general, dreaming about the future of the Temple Mount – and what does that say about the future of the country?

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Shany Littman
Shany Littman
Shany Littman
Shany Littman

It all started with a television review I wrote on Jerusalem Day in late May. In an interview, Israel Defense Forces Maj. Gen. (res.) Gershon Hacohen had spoken – regarding the controversial Flag March in Jerusalem – in a very matter-of-fact tone about the Temple Mount as being a central element of Zionism.

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