A Way to Achieve Peace for Israel and Palestinians
I want to share something intriguing about what I read today. It’s how despite the fact that supplanting firm stance Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu with another hard-liner in Naftali Bennett probably won’t seem like a very remarkable change, it shows that nothing keeps going forever. That is something that Palestinians ought to consistently recall: That the fierceness and devotion of Israel’s extreme right legislatures of the previous twenty years can without much of a stretch change as well.
The Palestinian residents of Israel ought to overlook the fanatics’ tirades and perceive that they can achieve change, regardless of whether it’s anything but the one they would look for in an optimal world. For me, the change requires work from Israel’s Palestinian populace they need to engage in the political cycle, utilize their democratic muscles and underestimate the fanatics, as opposed to capitulate to their outrage and consequently minimize themselves.