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One cannot tour Israel without being exposed to the Israel-Palestinian conflict.

While I try in my tours to present a balanced historical review of the conflict, I am a Jew, an Israeli, and obviously of those who believe the Jews have an historical right for the state of Isreal in the Holy Land.

Unfortunately it seems that the Arab world does not share this opinion.

The ongoing local bloddy conflict between the Jews and the Arabs seems to prove Aba Even’s statement from 1973  – “The Palestinians never miss an oppurtunity to miss an oppurtunity [to make peace with Israel]“.

Gaza strip (100% cleared of Jews since 2005!) seems to prove this best.

The Following videos, articles and links, are some material to contemplate about:

 

 

Nothing Like a Brit Rebuking the Hypocrisy of Anti Israelis These Days!

A good presentation by Danny Ayalon: “The Truth About the West Bank”

 

Another Good Presentation by Danny Ayalon: “The Truth About The Peace Process”

And Another Good Presentation by Danny Ayalon: “The Truth about the Refugess”

Alan Dershowitz Lecture: “The bluff called UN”

And here is a good 6 minutes presentation on the same subject, made by “Prager University”:

A Good Article about “The Deception Called UNRWA”

A Good Article about “The Deception Called UNRWA” . . . .

A very good and IMPORTANT video on the Arab-Israeli Conflict!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63hTOaRu7h4

Good pro-Israeli political video clip

Even Benny Morris Reaching a conclusion The Palestinians Are Not Interested in a Two-State Solution

notes of an interview with Historian Benny Morris: The Palestinians Are Not Interested in a Two-State Solution – Coby Ben-Simhon (Ha’aretz) Benny Morris, a professor of history at Ben-Gurion University and one of the most prominent Israeli historians of his generation, declared: “The decades of studying the [Israeli-Palestinian] conflict, which led to nine books, left me with a feeling of deep despair….I’ve written enough about a conflict that has no solution, mainly due to the Palestinians’ consistent rejection of a solution of two states for two peoples.” Regarding his book One State, Two States: Resolving the Israel/Palestine Conflict, he says, “The objective is to

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