Josh Marshall

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From TPM Reader ES ...

Thanks for the link to the Forward article. That really brightened my day. Especially because it seems that all we hear and see from Israel is de-humanizing, tribal talk of vengeance. That being said, the fundamental problem is that the Fraenkel parents are living in Gush Etzion. Not that it diminishes the horror of what happened to their son, but maybe, just maybe, as a matter of practicality, it'd be worthwhile reconsidering the very existence of a place like Gush Etzion. It is nothing but a religious perversion of Zionism.

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I believe the Palestinians deserve a state. But as a Jew and a Zionist I've long believed that you don't have to care about justice or fairness or anything else for the Palestinians or care anything about the Palestinians at all to support the creation of a Palestinian state. It is obviously in Israel's interest. To be clear, I'm not at all indifferent to the Palestinian people and their aspirations for a state and the dignity of self-determination. Quite the opposite. My point is simply to say that if your thing is the fate of Israel and the Jewish people, self-interest is - or should be - entirely adequate to come to this conclusion.

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Here's video of a massive fireworks ceremony filmed by a drone flying through the show.

To see a larger version, which I strongly recommend, click 'read more' to see the full post.

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