Plenty of smart people have mistaken a heavily simplified news narrative about this place for an accurate portrayal of reality. Here’s an attempt at a correction, in my latest for
On days like this you really hope milions of folks are reading the & particularly 's excellent op-ed on Israel-Palestine
There Is No ‘Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’
is simply brilliant in his exposition of how Israelis and much of the rest of the world see the conflict in very different terms. . Agree or disagree, he deepens the conversation with wisdom and nuance. A gem.
Love when rocks Times readers' worlds. He's saying, very gently, that if you care about occupation and Palestinian rights, but aren't also talking about Hezbollah missiles and Iran, you're probably part of the problem, not the solution.
I don’t agree with quite everything in here, but this is a very important op-ed today from .
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Opinion | There Is No ‘Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’ - The New York Times
“An agreement signed by a Western-backed Palestinian leader in the W Bank won’t end the conflict, because it will wind up creating not a state but a power vacuum destined to be filled by intra-Muslim chaos, or Iranian proxies, or some combination of both”
There Is No ‘Israeli-Palestinian Conflict’ Exactly right.