April 16, 2014

A Different Israel Meets a Different America

Thomas Friedman, New York Times

The Associated Press

We’re not dealing anymore with your grandfather’s Israel, and they’re not dealing anymore with your grandmother’s America either. Time matters, and the near half-century since the 1967 war has changed both of us in ways neither wants to acknowledge — but which the latest impasse in talks only underscores.

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