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A pragmatic ‘yes’ to the Arab Peace Initiative Yuval Rabin & Koby Huberman - Jerusalem Post - As we are pragmatic businesspeople, we intentionally left many issues for the experts, e.g. water, symbolic exceptional solutions for refugees in Israel and the impact of long-term permanent security arrangements on nuclear weapons in the region. 30/11/2010
Whether or not Israel took out Iran nuclear scientist, Tehran will get the bombYossi Melman - Haaretz - An invisible line can be traced from the sale of flawed equipment for the centrifuges at Iran`s uranium enrichment facility in Natanz through the Stuxnet computer worm, which some claim impeded operations at this site, to the attacks on the Iranian scientists. [bz] 30/11/2010
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Israel’s post-traumatic isolationCarlo Strenger - Haaretz - The right has succeeded in convincing much of the Israeli electorate of its paranoid worldview. It is profoundly unsettling to talk to mainstream Israelis who, are in favor of the two-state solution in principle, but keep repeating the right’s mantras that there is no partner, and that we just have to hold on to the status quo. (...) The voices of sanity no longer seem to be able to penetrate the political mainstream’s wall of fear, distrust and virulent nationalism. [bz] 30/11/2010
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Politics of Language: Israel/Palestine DiscourseRichard Falk - "I believe the time has come to call a spade a spade and use such terms as annexation, ethnic cleansing, apartheid, colonialist, settler colonialism, and criminality. Although admittedly emotive, and requiring a finding by a court of law to be legally conclusive, such robust language, in my view, more accurately describes the unsavory realities of the occupation at the present time than does the more neutral seeming language beloved by diplomats and welcomed by defenders of the established status quo"29/11/2010
More Than a Bribe Obama Surrenders Palestinian Rights Ramzy Baroud - CounterPunch - "The Middle East policies of US President Barack Obama may well prove the most detrimental in history so far, surpassing even the rightwing policies of President George W. Bush. Even those who warned against the overt optimism which accompanied Obamas arrival to the White House must now be stunned to see how low the US president will go to appease Israel all under the dangerous logic of needing to keep the peace process moving forward"29/11/2010
The Truth Hurts: US Says New WikiLeaks Release �Most Damaging� YetJason Ditz - AntiWar - State Dept Data Reveals Dirty Dealings the World Over29/11/2010
anti-Semitism and the Israel-Palestine conflict C assessing the claim of double standards[forwarded by abraham Weizfeld] Racheli Gai (introductory remarks) Stephen Shalom goes through various variations of the double standard/anti-Semitism claims, checking to see what merit they have, if any.28/11/2010
Israel can`t put occupation up for immoral referendumGideon Levy--Israeli democracy at its best: The entire people will decide on the next peace arrangement, but not on the question of settlements and annexation, and not on the question of wars. Israeli trickery at its best: Legislators pass laws relating to the day an arrangement is forged whose point is to defer that day`s arrival for as long as possible. And Israeli morality at its best: A manifestly immoral question is formulated for a referendum, and insult is added to injury because only we Israelis, members of the chosen people, will decide on the fate of another people which has for generations lived under occupation, and we dare to call all this tomfoolery democracy. In fact, this is Israeli chutzpah at its worst.28/11/2010
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Memories and maps keep alive Palestinian hopes of returnRefugees remain the most intractable issue of the Middle East conflict, as two new books showIan Black reviews 2 books--A Palestinian girl at a refugee camp in Jordan. 1948 is a key date in Palestinian collective memory. Photograph: Ali Jarekji/Reuters Memories and maps feature prominently in the experience of Palestinians a people scarred by dispossession, dispersion, occupation and uncertainty about their future. So amid the latest wrangling over the stalled peace talks with Israel come two sharp reminders of the depth of the conflict and how difficult it will be to resolve it.28/11/2010
Amnesty: Israel condemned over Bedouin village demolitionWe condemn these repeated demolitions that aim to forcibly evict the residents of al-Araqib from the land they have on lived for generations, said Philip Luther, Amnesty Internationals Deputy Director for the Middle East and North Africa. The fact that the village has been demolished seven times in four months shows that this is not some administrative mistake but a conscious Israeli government policy of dispossession. 27/11/2010
Palestine 2011: a Game Plan is NeededJeff Halper: Im optimistic that 2011 will witness a game-changing break that will create a new set of circumstances in which a just peace is possible ...If any of these scenarios comes about and new possibilities of peace arise...the real question is: where will we be, the people who support a just, inclusive, workable and sustainable peace?27/11/2010
Netanyahu has shot himself in the foot in needless rows with ObamaBy Aluf Benn - Haaretz "The prime minister cannot control demography. But he can focus on integrating Arabs and the ultra-Orthodox into the labor market instead of wasting his time in arguments with Obama." ca 26/11/2010
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Rabin`s son presents his Israeli Peace Initiativeby Akiva Eldar - Haaretz "In an article published in the Web site bitterlemons.org, Rabin and Huberman propose that instead of responding to the APA, the Israeli government should say "yes" by presenting a parallel proposal to end the conflict the IPI." ca26/11/2010
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Israel Enacts Bill to Force Referendum on a TreatyISABEL KERSHNER - The New York Times - Tzipi Livni, the leader of the centrist Kadima Party, and Mr. Netanyahus leading rival in the elections last year, voted against the legislation. She said it was not about who wants and who does not want to cede parts of land. It is about decisions that should be taken by the leadership that understands the scale of the problems and is privy to all their aspects, she said. The people are not a substitute for such leadership. 25/11/2010
Report by the fly on the wall in the meeting between Bibi and HillaryAdam Keller - Crazy Country - "- What can I do, you know that our Interior Ministry is in the hands of the Shas Party, and they are accountable only to God and to Rabbi Ovadia Yosef." 24/11/2010
Cantor RecantsMJ Rosenberg - Foreign Policy Matters - Soon-to-be House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) is desperately trying to explain away the promise he made to Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu last Wednesday. 23/11/2010
Let Israel keep its freeze Lamis Andoni - Ma`an News Agency - But the very freeze Obama was so instrumental in pushing has now become a weapon to be used against the Palestinians - functioning merely as a tactic by which to lure Palestinians into negotiations that are designed to lead to the Israeli annexation of the land the settlements are on. 25/11/2010
Encountering Peace: Five minutes to midnight Gershon Baskin - Jerusalem Post - “You can keep your state, you can keep all the land. Now give us citizenship, the right to vote and the right to enjoy Israel’s democracy.” 23/11/2010
Forget about peaceYair Lapid - Yediot (translation: Ynet) - Twice in the past the Palestinians threatened to declare a state unilaterally, and twice we responded as if we were bitten by a snake.[Read how a public figure with political ambitions shares his relatively "dovish" ideas with fellow Israelis - bz]23/11/2010
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With settlement deal, U.S. will be rewarding Israel`s bad behaviorDaniel Kurtzer - Washington Post - Both countries will need a new rationale for the exceedingly steep price of what Israel calls its security requirements, but which will now look more like poker chips used to secure American aid.23/11/2010
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Cinematic therapy for Israeli soldiers Beln Fernndez - EI - "The reduction of Lebanon to the interior of an Israeli military vehicle alerts us to the film`s insular vision right away. The fact that traumatized members of an invading Israeli tank crew are portrayed as the ultimate victims of a war that according to journalist Robert Fisk killed at least 17,500 persons in Lebanon, mainly civilians, illustrates the Israeli knack for inverting the relationship between aggressor and victim"22/11/2010
A Follow Up on My Fifth Grade Class Essay - Education at GunpointRamzy Baroud - CounterPunch - "Gaza might be the most referenced example, for obvious reasons, but the education debacle in Palestine hardly stops there. With every extra mile added to Israels already gigantic annexation wall, and with every new military checkpoint, more and more Palestinian students in the West Bank are held back - from school, from opportunities, from a better life. Palestinians living in third class status in todays Israel, struggling against constant attacks on their identity and history also have numerous challenges to overcome"22/11/2010
An American bribe that stinks of appeasementRobert Fisk--In any other country, the current American bribe to Israel, and the latter`s reluctance to accept it, in return for even a temporary end to the theft of somebody else`s property would be regarded as preposterous. Three billion dollars` worth of fighter bombers in return for a temporary freeze in West Bank colonisation for a mere 90 days? Not including East Jerusalem � so goodbye to the last chance of the east of the holy city for a Palestinian capital � and, if Benjamin Netanyahu so wishes, a rip-roaring continuation of settlement on Arab land. In the ordinary sane world in which we think we live, there is only one word for Barack Obama`s offer: appeasement. Usually, our lords and masters use that word with disdain and disgust.21/11/2010
Who`s Laughing?Uri Avnery--THIS WEEK, Avineri published an article under the headline "Fascism? You make me laugh!" What made him laugh? The ridiculous (for him) argument that there exist fascist tendencies in Israel. He reminded us that fascism means the Gestapo, concentration camps and genocide. How could we forget. 21/11/2010
Red Rag columnGideon Spiro - Bribery - Freedom fighters turned freedom suppressors - Chutzpah to the sixth millionth power - Justice begins at home20/11/2010
Israel`s Shabbos Goy : Why America will come to regret the craven deal Obama is offering Netanyahu.Christopher Hitchens - Slate - Yishai recently delighted the Diaspora by saying that only those Jews who converted via the Orthodox route could carry "the Jewish gene." Atias has expressed alarm about the tendency of Israeli Arab citizens to try to live where they pleaseor "spread," as he phrases itand has advocated a policy of segregation in housing within Israel proper. He also advocates the segregation by neighborhood of secular from Orthodox Jews, adding that he does not wish his own children to mix with their nonreligious peers. 18/11/2010
Racism under cover of the TorahHaaretz - Editorial - The Torah has never had it so bad. Under its cover, Domb and his colleagues are masquerading as merciful fathers concerned about the poor residents in the south of the city. They are exploiting a worsening social problem to stoke the residents` fears and incite against the foreigners. 18/11/2010
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Another Act in a Sad and Sick ComedyReuven Kaminer - You would have be a political illiterate to not understand that the US is trying to buy off Bibi by sacrificing Palestinian rights and paying him with Palestinian concessions. Now this was to be expected by all, including most Palestinians. For some indecipherable reason, this Palestinian leadership thought that by ingratiating itself with Washington, they could hope for a modicum of fairness. How nave. 17/11/2010
With Netanyahu bribe, Washington going for broke Jonathan Cook - The Electronic Intifada - The generosity of the US president`s package, which includes twenty combat aircraft worth $3 billion and backing for Israel`s continued military presence in the Jordan Valley after the declaration of a Palestinian state, has prompted even Thomas Friedman of The New York Times to compare it to a "bribe." 17/11/2010
Danny Ayalon to Norway: Why cant you keep your artists under control?Didi Remez - Coteret - The article then lists a series of of Norwegian of cultural projects funded by the Norwegian government that the Foreign Ministry doesnt like. This has been going on for a while. What brought on the severe diplomatic crisis? Hutzpah, apparently. Not only did the Norwegians refuse the Israeli dictate, they had the gall to cite democratic principles: The Norwegians informed Israel in response that this was a matter of freedom of speech and that the government did not meddle in artistic content. 17/11/2010
Week 2266 of Occupation : 8-14 November 2010Daniel Breslau Occupation Magazine 15/11/2010
Going Rate for Settlement Freeze: $33.33-Million a DayTikun Olam - "America is used to buying its way to quasi-peace in Iraq and Afghanistan and appears to be doing something similar by buying Israels acquiescence in a 90-day, partial settlement freeze. The going price: $33.33-million a day for the entire 90 day process [...]. Now, we know what Hillary and Bibi were doing in that New York hotel suite for seven hours earlier this week"15/11/2010
Israel`s Self-Destruction - Re-Unifying the Palestinian Nation Jonathan Cook - CounterPunch - "In clinging to a vision of Greater Israel, Mr Netanyahu and the right are fuelling a potentially powerful Palestinian nationalism that could yet come to crush not only the occupation but Israel`s status as a Jewish state, said Dr Ghanem, the author of several books on Palestinian nationalism"15/11/2010
Vox Taxi - Vox DeiUri Avnery--[I agree to an extent with Uri that �If there is one person who is guilty more than anyone else, it is Ehud Barak.� Barak from the start opposed the Oslo accords and voted against them. And following the Camp David disaster, he ran around braying like an ass that he had �torn off the mask from Arafat�s face.� However, those who followed Barak as PM were as bad if not worse than he�particularly Ariel Sharon and now Bibi Netanyahu. Colonization, not peace, is the name of the game. Dorothy] 14/11/2010
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Just who is misguided? Matthew A. Taylor--Meanwhile, a few days before the assembly, the U.S.-based advocacy group Jewish Voice for Peace (JVP ) convened a gathering of young Jews from the U.S. and Israel to explore difficult questions that the mainstream leadership seems eager to avoid, such as: How does the occupation delegitimize Israel? When Israel bulldozes Palestinian homes, uproots olive trees, and builds roads designated for settlers only, is that consistent with the Jewish value of respecting your neighbor?14/11/2010
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Israel Needn`t Become as Repressive as IranSefi Rachlevsky--The taxi had long since reached its destination, but my friend was still, in his mind, reviewing all his male and female friends. He was unable to come up with a single one, Jewish or Muslim, who did not enjoy a long-standing, intimate, extramarital relationship. His life in Tehran was very good.14/11/2010
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Young Jewish Activists Attract Positive Press for Anti-Occupation MessageThe five young Jewish activists who disrupted Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahus speech in New Orleans earlier this week shouted familiar criticisms of the Occupation. What was unexpected and new was the way the U.S. and Israeli media portrayed the protest, seeming to hear the critiques with fresh ears and unusual sympathy.13/11/2010
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The tired academic freedom argument: PACBI response to Nobel laureates attack on the academic boycott of IsraelPACBI - " We believe that the Nobel laureates would do well to reflect upon their responsibilities as public figuresnow that they have ventured into the real world of politicsand to speak truth to power, not reiterate the increasingly vacuous defenses of the centers of colonial power. "12/11/2010
The Palestinians of Israel are poised to take centre stage : With the peace process going nowhere, common experience on both sides of the Green Line is creating a new realitySeumas Milne - The Guardian - The focus of the Palestinian-Israeli struggle has shifted over the last 40 years from Jordan to Lebanon to the occupied territories. With the two-state solution close to collapse, it may be that the Palestinians of Israel are at last about to move centre stage. If so, the conflict that more than any other has taken on a global dimension will have finally come full circle. 11/11/2010
ThoughtcrimesNeve Gordon - London Review of Books - In Israel, the far-right Knesset member Michael Ben Ari has proposed a bill that would require entire film crews to pledge allegiance to Israel as a Jewish and democratic state, and to declare loyalty to its laws and symbols, as a condition for receiving public funding. Its just one of more than ten bills to be discussed during the Knessets winter session that several commentators in Haaretz have characterised as proto-fascist. 10/11/2010
Peace Will Not Be Achieved By DeceptionHenry Siegman - Huffington Post - Equally misleading has been Netanyahu`s repeated declarations that a peace accord depends on Palestinians matching Israel`s "painful concessions" with their own painful concessions. In fact, no one has ever asked Israel to make any concession to the Palestinians -- whether territory, water resources, Jerusalem or sovereignty. All of these concessions are to be made on the Palestinian side of the 1967 border. No concessions were asked of Israel on its side of that border. 10/11/2010
Academic objectivity rises above assaults by Europe`s left and Israel`s rightCarlo Strenger - Haaretz - After endless boycott attempts accusing Israel`s universities of cooperating with the occupation, now Israel`s right is waging a totalitarian campaign against what they term `anti-Zionism.` 10/11/2010
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Rabbis Edict Bars Renting To ArabsJonathan Cook - Countercurrents - Safed -- one of Judaisms four holy cities -- has been making headlines of a very different kind. Gideon Levy, a columnist for the Israeli daily Haaretz, last week declared it the most racist city in the country. The unflattering, and hotly contested, epithet follows an edict from Safeds senior rabbis ordering residents not to sell or rent homes to non-Jews a reference to the countrys Palestinian Arab citizens, who comprise a fifth of Israels population. 10/11/2010
The Archbishop and the SiegeDr Barry Morgan - The Church in Wales - The Archbishop of Wales, has been at the center of a comntroversy since Spetember, when in a sermon he strongly denounced the the Siege of Gaza and the occupation of the West Bank.9/11/2010
Israel`s dismal public relationsAlon Ben Meir - Israel`s Foreign Minister Lieberman, charged with serving as Israel`s messenger to the world, is a man who 60 percent of Israelis according regard as the politician "most responsible for the increased extreme nationalist and racist tendencies". The global community gets a clear message: the Palestinians-and Arab states-are pursuing peace, while Israel is not. This failure is more than just one of public relations. 9/11/2010
The lies of islamophobiaJohn Feffer - Le Monde Diplomatique/TomDispatch - With their irrational fear of spiders, arachnophobes are scared of both harmless daddy longlegs and poisonous brown recluse spiders. What makes a legitimate fear into an irrational phobia, however, is the tendency to lump all of any group, spiders or humans, into one lethal category and then to exaggerate how threatening they are.9/11/2010
The Middle East`s Stagnant "Change" - Conned by DemocracyRamzy Baroud - CounterPunch - "Democracy in the Middle East continues to be a hugely popular topic of discussion. Its virtues are tirelessly praised by rulers and oppositions alike, by intellectuals and ordinary people, by political prisoners and their prison guards. Yet, in actuality, it also remains an illusion, if not a front to ensure the demise of any real possibility of public participation in decision-making"8/11/2010
Obama, Netanyahu`s excuse for the failure of peace talks Zvi Bar`el - Haaretz - Netanyahu will have to chose between a fluently worded excuse for his peace talks failure and the other option: to speak to the Palestinians as if there is no Obama, and to Obama as if there are no Palestinians8/11/2010
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Israel is right to be concerned[Forwarded by the JPLO List] Rami G. Khouri--The important dimension of this is the concern among many Israelis � justified, in my view � that Israel is being subjected to a "de-legitimization" campaign. This is exactly what is happening, and it scares Israelis more than anything else in the world. 7/11/2010
Dear U.S. Jews, wean Israel from its occupation addictionGideon Levy--If Israel is dear to you - and that is true of most of you - then be honest enough to criticize it as it deserves. Think about your personal friends. What would they value more: your blind, automatic support, or criticism born of love when it is warranted? Your beloved Israel is addicted. It is addicted to occupation and aggression, and someone has to wean it from these addictions. Like any other junkie, it is incapable of helping itself. Thus the job falls to you. 7/11/2010
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Ramallah seeks an out Khaled Amayreh - Al-Ahram - " The Palestinian leadership is looking for side exits from a moribund peace process that appears set to collapse. "5/11/2010
Lieberman: The man dragging Israel to the rightDonald Macintyre - The Independent - " Foreign Secretary Avigdor Lieberman greets William Hague today in a more powerful position than ever...Avigdor Lieberman, one of the most controversial politicians in the democratic world who also royally humiliated the last two European foreign ministers to pay him a visit...In a 2006 interview he clarified his priorities: "I very much favour democracy, but when there is a contradiction between democratic and Jewish values, the Jewish and Zionist values are more important." "5/11/2010
Can Jews live in a Palestinian state? RAY HANANIA - J-Post - " That we even have to ask the question can Jews live in a Palestinian state tells you how bad relations between Israelis and Palestinians have become. It explains what the real problem is bad attitude, exaggerated fear." 10/11/2010
A Lost Decade in Israel-Palestine: Opening DiaryUnfortunately, the events that set this decade onto its lamentable trajectory happened shortly before the advent of the blogosphere. Therefore, in living blogo-memory, it has always been like this: a partisan tit-for-tat between "I"s and "P"s, accompanied by bigotry and shrill name-calling, and a sense of helpless circularity - or rather, of gradually spiraling down. But it wasn`t always like that. And the current reality in Israel-Palestine is neither normal nor inevitable.6/11/2010
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Peace Process or Land Grab?The peace process has been going on for 19 years now. Why the quotation marks? Because the peace process looks more and more like an excuse to help Israel consolidate and permanently annex the occupied territories, rather than a sincere attempt to ensure justice, freedom and security for Palestinians and Israelis.6/11/2010
Red Rag: Israel is not a Nazi state - yetGideon Spiro - Collaborators with evil - satisfaction in Israel - Go to Turkey!5/11/2010
Israeli Security Labels American Professor Terrorist, Then Realizes It Was Mistaken IdentityRichard Silverstein - Tikun Olam - The Hebrew version of the Haaretz article linked above appears much more credible in that it states that Prof. Bradshaw was confused with another Heather Bradshaw who is a human rights activist involved in helping Iranian and Pakistani refugees. Nothing about this Heather Bradshaw being pro-Iranian, which simply didnt make sense. All of which means that if youre any type of human rights activist working in the Middle East, no matter what your politics, youve viewed as a threat to Israel. Crazy, isnt it? 3/11/2010
Tough questions for Hamas Haidar Eid - The Electronic Intifada - This article .... tackles Hamas`s failure to live up to its own commitments to its constituencies, many of whom were not necessarily supporters of the movement. It also examines the extent of Hamas`s credibility in committing to the social contract that major democracies abide by in terms of respecting individual citizens and safeguarding their dignity. This contract applies not only to male but also to female citizens. 3/11/2010
Ramallah is Great, but it`s Not Jerusalem Joharah Baker - MIFTAH - As Ramallah blooms, Palestinian east Jerusalem inversely declines and there is not much the Palestinians are or can do about it. It is no secret that Israel has, for years, been systematically isolating Jerusalem from its West Bank surroundings in an attempt to sever ties between what they deem as their united capital and Palestinian aspirations to make it their own. As a result, the city has been physically separated from Ramallah (and Bethlehem) by airtight checkpoints and the separation wall, which keeps West Bankers almost completely out.3/11/2010
How do you translate `innocent` into Arabic?Amira Hass - Haaretz - Ahmed Nafea, a 29-year-old teacher, was jailed for nine months. The military prosecution submitted a severe indictment against him that was not based on proof, except for the testimony of a mentally challenged person 3/11/2010
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Unfazed and unafraidRAY HANANIA - J-Post - "The attacks by right-wing members of Knesset and politicians do not bother me. I am not afraid to stand up to them. I am strong." 3/11/2010
Does Israel want peace?Yonatan Preminger - Ynet - "Say it loud: Israel holds the cards, and is playing them mercilessly to win ever more territory with ever fewer Palestinians at the expense of Palestinian rights and basic human dignity, while squandering any chance of peace." 3/11/2010
The square was fullAdam Keller - Crazy Country - "Israel is still waiting for a new Rabin." 3/11/2010
Why Salam Fayyad is Israel`s public enemy number oneYossi Sarid - Haaretz - "There`s a rumor that on a recent visit, senior members of the New York Times editorial staff were more impressed by him than by his Israeli counterpart, and gave expression to this in an editorial calling on Netanyahu to stop his dangerous games." id 3/11/2010
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Borderline Views: Racism in the name of religion David Newman - Jerusalem Post - Anyone renting an apartment to an Arab should not, in the words of Eliahu, be made welcome in his local synagogue, and should definitely not be called up to the Torah. For a secular Jew, this may not seem significant, but for a religious citizen, for whom his synagogue and community are central to his social acceptance, this is as harsh a punishment as one could imagine; it is akin to social ostracism. 2/11/2010
Let Palestinian police control Area CKieron Monks - guardian.co.uk - The Palestinian civil police (PCP) require special dispensation to operate in "C" areas [i.e.: 60% of the West Bank] and co-ordination is poor, allowing "C" areas to become notorious for car theft, drug dealing and the growing influence of armed gangs.2/11/2010
South Africa is already here Zvi Bar`el - Haaretz - The government is trying to build a protected autonomy for the Jewish majority and a stunted autonomy for the Arab minority1/11/2010
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Israel `risks chaos without peace`, official warnsRupert Wingfield-Hayes - BBC - " The Palestinian leadership could fall apart without significant progress towards peace with Israel, which would be a major setback for Israel, a senior Israeli intelligence official has said...The source was speaking to the BBC on condition of anonymity. "17/11/2010
The Prospects for SuccessAndrew Winnick - Those who still hope that Obama has the strength to really press, in serious economic terms if need be, place the odds for suceess at maybe 25%. I know of no one who thinks the odds are better than 25 – 75 that these talks will succeed. Sadly, most expect that they will collapse, as all the earlier ones have. I hope they are wrong16/11/2010
Another Act in a Sad and Sick Comedy Reuven Kaminer - The US, the world’s strongest and uncontested super power, buys ‘freeze time’, measured in days, from Israel in a transaction similar to many a shady bit of business. Give me 100 days of freeze-time and I will give you 20 F-35’s and a bunch of other murderous stuff. One can only wonder what would be the price of, say, six months of freeze time. 16/11/2010
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