October 16, 2003
There Needs to Be a Winner
A problem (maybe the problem) in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is there hasn't been a winner. There hasn't been a point where the losing side accepts that the conflict is over, and they should adapt to new realities. That happened in the Revolutionary War, Civil War, World War II, and the Cold War. Besides the fact that many people would die on both sides, I almost wish Israel the Intifada like all the other wars that threatened the Jewish state's existence. Now, with Americans as targets maybe President Bush will give Sharon the leeway needed to end this conflict by force.
"Why Are We Helping The Palestinians?"