entdoc wrote:From a Times of Israel article today about the recent conflict.
“It’s not like it was in Vietnam and elsewhere, where things ended up with negotiations. This is just one of a [series] of wars, and a war will come when we negotiate with them [i.e., the Jews] about the end of their occupation and their leaving of Palestine,” Abu Marzouk said, according to a translation by MEMRI.
There would be no compromises allowing Israel to continue existing or the Jews to remain in the land, he assured. “Israel will come to an end just like it began, and our Palestinian people will return to their homes because injustice cannot last and people must get what is rightly theirs.”
Says it all. And why there will never be peace till one side eliminates the other utterly and totally. Sorry for not being PC.
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Many young Palestinians do not subscribe to such extreme views, just as many young Israelis don’t subscribe to Orthodox pronouncements on the land and ‘settler rights’. It is those voices that will have to eventually push out the ones with heels dug in over religious zealotry. The ‘elimination’ argument only feeds extremist self-rationalization and is completely toxic. There’s nothing Jewish about it.