I don't see what the big problem is in understanding the so-called Arab-Israel conflict in the Middle East. It's as plain as day for people who are not afraid to face the facts. Unfortunately, because of politics, political correctness, fear of naming the enemy and antisemitism (which is a cleaned-up word for just plain hatred of Jews), the so-called "Middle East Conflict" has become convoluted and is thought of as "complicated," because there are supposedly "two peoples who claim one land."
Baloney. It really isn't complicated, but rather extremely simple--and finally somebody is summing it up, in about 5:54 minutes. Thank you, Dennis Prager (hat tip Israel Situation).
Sunday, November 21, 2010