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  1. Raphael says

    The author makes a credible case for the position that some in the Palestinian leadership don’t want peace, they want to eliminate Israel completely. But the author stops short of suggesting the implications of her analysis. If the Palestinian leadership only wants to eliminate Israel, what is Israel’s response? If the author is uncomfortable making the logical suggestions that flow from her analysis, it is likely because her analysis, even if accurate, is counterproductive. It is counterproductive to spend time proving that one’s “partner for peace” is no partner at all. Because if there is no partner, there is no peace. And if there is no peace, there is war. And war, at least to me, is highly undesirable.

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