WARNING : This site is not for you if you cannot see the otherness of other and sufferings of both sides of the party in the conflict. Security for Israel and Justice for the Palestinians are interdependent, one will not happen without the other. My view focuses on building cohesive societies where no one has to live in apprehension or fear of the other. I hope and pray a sense of justice to prevail. Amen. Website www.IsraelPalestineDialogue.com | Also Check Israel Palestine Confederation a pragmatic solution

Where are the Moderate Israelis?

Thanks to the American and British Jews, who have always stood up for social Justice and living in harmony with others. However, the pied pipers have misled Jews in Israel to have them focus on their security needs over the sense of righteousness while the Palestinian leadership has done the same. A few American Jews don’t see and don’t want to believe what is going on in Israel; they don’t see the ethnic cleansing and atrocities against Palestinian children and women, and inhumane treatment of fellow beings. What kind of humans would the Israelis and Palestinians be?

If the younger generation wakes up from the ill-will and hatred, they will ask the creeps and blame the leadership of both nations, if they wanted to pass their problem to the next generation? The future Israelis may ask Netanyahu, if he was doing to Palestinians what was done to them? More at http://israel-palestine-dialogue.blogspot.com/2018/05/moderate-israelis-where-are-they.html

Mike Ghouse
Center for Pluralism
Israel Palestine Dialogue

Thursday, April 14, 2016

Sanders: America Cannot Be ‘One-Sided’ in Israel, Palestinians Must Be Given ‘Respect and Dignity’

Justice and fairness are sustainable and go a long way. Bernie will bring peace to the region. 
Bernie wants to do the right thing, where as Hilary wants to dance to the AIPAC tune.

Mike Ghouse
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Courtesy Mediate

Sen. Bernie Sanders declared his support for Israel, but averred that America could no longer be “one-sided” in the Israel-Palestine conflict. “We are going to have to treat the Palestinian people with respect and dignity,” he said.
“I believe the United States and the rest of the world have got to work together to help the Palestinian people,” he said. “That does not make me anti-Israel. That paves the way, I think, to an approach that works in the middle east.”
Later in the debate, he said that there would come a time, in the pursuit of justice and peace, that America would have to admit that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “is not right all of the time.”