While Obama, Kerry and the Times are mindlessly blaming Netanyahu for fighting a two-state solution he has already accepted, the Palestinians persist in laying down terms for peace that are not only unrealistic, but demonstrate that the end of their century-old conflict with Zionism is still at the top of their agenda. The more the Palestinians explain why they cannot say two simple words, the more obvious it becomes that peace is not their objective.
About the Author: Jonathan S. Tobin is senior online editor of Commentary magazine and chief political blogger at www.commentarymagazine.com. He can be reached via e-mail at email@example.com.
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