July 30, 2014

Zionism and Its Discontents

Roger Cohen, New York Times

The Associated Press

The Israeli case for the bombardment of Gaza could be foolproof. If Benjamin Netanyahu had made a good-faith effort to find common cause with Palestinian moderates for peace and been rebuffed, it would be. He has not. Hamas is vile. I would happily see it destroyed. But Hamas is also the product of a situation that Israel has reinforced rather than sought to resolve.

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TAGGED: Middle East, Israel, Zionism

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