But they are dying fast, that generation, like the dead of the Second World War. That, I suspect, is Israel’s greatest fear, not because there are homes to “return” to but because there are millions of Palestinians who claim their right – under UN resolutions – and who might turn up in their tens of thousands at the border fence in Gaza next time. The US ambassador was thrust into controversy after accepting a picture of the city which replaced a mosque with a third Jewish temple.Even in the oral archives of the Palestinian expulsion (at least 800 survivors are recorded), organised in the American University of Beirut, they are finding that many whose voices were recorded in the late 1990s have since died. US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman was all smiles as he accepted the aerial photo of Jerusalem during a tour of the city of Bnei Brak held by the ultra-Orthodox Achiya organization, which aids children suffering from learning disabilities.Some of the protesters were violent, sent burning kites – kites, for heaven’s sake – across the border, others threw stones; though since when has stone-throwing been a capital offence in any civilised country? This is exactly what the Palestinians have had to endure for 70 years.If an eight-month-old baby dies after tear gas inhalation, what were her parents doing bringing their infant child to the Gaza border? Why complain about dead Palestinians when we have the Sisis in Egypt and the Assads in Syria and the Saudis in Yemen to contend with? Remember how they were to blame for their own exodus seven decades ago, because they followed the instructions of radio stations to leave their homes until the Jews of Israel were “driven into the sea”.
officials and a congressional aide say the administration intends to release the peace plan in mid- to late-June, shortly after the end of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan, although they cautioned that the timing could slip depending on developments in the region.Without a quick decision those will run out of money by the end of 2018, they said.Nearly all of the others will run out of money in early 2019 unless the U. funding is unblocked, they said INDEPENDENT How long after this week's Gaza massacre are we going to continue pretending that the Palestinians are non-people? Two-thousand-four-hundred wounded, more than half by live fire. The figures are an outrage, a turning away from morality, a disgrace for any army to create.Remember how they were to blame for their own exodus seven decades ago, because they followed the instructions of radio stations to leave their homes until the Jews of Israel were ‘driven into the sea’. It’s strange how the words just run out in the Middle East today. And we are supposed to believe that the Israeli army is one of “purity of arms”? If it’s 60 Palestinians dead in a day this week, what if it’s 600 next week? Israel’s bleak excuses – and America’s crude response – raise this very question.Only, of course, the radio broadcasts never existed Robert Fisk May 17, 2018 Monstrous. If we can now accept a massacre on this scale, how far can our immune system go in the days and weeks and months to come? Hamas – corrupt, cynical, no “purity” there – was behind the Gaza demonstrations.
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Yet any Palestinian willingness to even consider the plan would require conditions to improve and anger to subside considerably in the coming weeks, an unlikely scenario as the Palestinians say evidence of one-sided Trump giveaways to Israel continues to pile up. Ostensibly, Trump would need buy-in from those same countries to build enough momentum for any peace plan to succeed.