What Everyone “Knows”–Solving The Israeli-Palestinian Dispute

This column was originally published in American Thinker.

Preview: Israeli withdrawal to the pre-1967 lines, absent major changes, is arguably the single most counterproductive act imaginable for long-lasting peace. There is no greater obstacle to peace than the perpetual temptation to launch another war against Israel from such lopsided lines.

An entire country, nine miles wide?   A bicycle could easily cross it in 30 minutes — and a rocket in a matter of seconds. Nine miles is less than the distance from Barack Obama’s Chicago home to Wrigley Field. It’s the distance  from New York’s George Washington Bridge to the Holland Tunnel. It’s 1½ times around the Central Park loop.

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