The U.S. Must Accept that Israeli Leadership Wants Apartheid, Not Peace ~ Zack Sabella, HUFFPOST, 11/04/2015.
Last Saturday marked 20 years since the 1995 murder of former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. At a rally commemorating the politician’s passing, former US President Bill Clinton described news of the murder as the worst moment in his eight-year tenure. He told the crowd in Tel Aviv:
“The next steps will be determined by whether you decide that Rabin was right, that you have to share your future with your neighbors, that you have to stand for peace, that the risk for peace isn’t as severe as the risk of walking away from it. We are praying that you will make the right decision.”
President Clinton should pray a little harder and for something different, perhaps a reversal of a decision that has already been made by Israel.
Twenty years ago, the…
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