HT: Lawrence Rosenbloom.
Jewish World Review August 19, 2010/ 9 Elul, 5770
Skip the lectures on Israel's ‘risks for peace’
Israelis are famously fractious, but the intifada produced among them a consensus that the most any government of theirs could offer without forfeiting domestic support is less than any Palestinian interlocutor would demand. Furthermore, the intifada was part of a pattern. As in 1936 and 1947, talk about partition prompted Arab violence.