Another right wing Israeli Knesset member is advocating annexation. This time, though, she is willing to grant citizenship to all the Palestinians of the West Bank and East Jerusalem. It’s not a feasible, or a just plan, but it’s another example of how the right is thinking forward while the center and center-left desperately clings to failed plan. So who do you think is going to be setting the agenda in the post-Oslo age? I explore in Souciant this week.
Posts Tagged ‘Larry Derfner’
Posted in Peace Plans, tagged Arutz 7, Egypt, Gaza, Habayit, Habayit Hayehudi, Israel, Larry Derfner, Likud, Malcom Hoenlein, Naftali Bennett, One-State Solution, Palestinians, Stephen Hawkings, Two-state solution, Tzipi Hotovely on June 28, 2013 | Leave a Comment »
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Posted in Caroline Glick, Free speech, tagged international law, Israel, Jerusalem Post, Jewish State, Larry Derfner, Middle east, Occupation, Palestine, Palestinians, pro-Israel, Resistance, Terrorism on August 31, 2011 | 1 Comment »
In my latest piece for Babylon Times, hosted by Souciant, I look at the firing of columnist Larry Derfner of the Jerusalem Post, what he did wrong and how it drowned out some very important and insightful points that he made.