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Recognition of Next Generation's Response to 'Palestinian' Problem

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jan 14, 2022 at 11:26

Kudos, Dr. PIpes.......
Dr. Pipes assessment here presents a good situational analysis that might give some food for thought by which, as a world that appears in continuing malcontent towards the efforts of the State of Israel to seek some stability (though peace will remain illusive as long as the sought after victory is questionable for the foreseeable future), planning on moving into the future continues in a way the previous generation(s) seemed to react to Israel's apparent ability to frustrate virtually every thought of predecessor generation's ambition to control the Jewish presence. In many ways, it remains the perennial problem; and it is the 'Palestinian' issue that seems to set in the craw of every malicious actor that ever took on the challenge of the ages.

As the good Dr. correctly notes, even as there are myriad reasons to reflect on the futilities this last generation spent in trying to mold world opinion and enforce both political and military options in endless attempts to defeat Israel in what should have been a week's worth of highly advantageous military strength on the global level, what has been accomplished? Seriously, in this nuclear age, how hard could that have been to get done? All that remains is the nuclear option; but be wary, that option is, in thought and deed, on the way. 'Palestinianism' will not be anything more than the reason to continue the status quo, but this next generations' inability to handle what is to come precipitates the final change. The clues are there; just watch.


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