Dismissing long-held fallacies about the region.
In its embrace of social psychology and “process over politics,” the new hit drama mirrors the mentality that helped produce the disastrous Oslo Accords themselves.
A microcosm of the Palestinian Authority’s strategy.
Revisiting “The Iron Wall.”
After all, most Egyptians and Jordanians are anti-Israel, too, and yet their countries’ peace agreements have lasted.
What the renewed understanding on settlements achieves.
So long as Palestinian rejectionism runs rampant, debates about one-, two-, and three-state solutions are for naught.
A conflict about time, not territory.
And how the Palestinian narrative seeks to undermine it.
The story of the Jewish people, not of the conflict with the Palestinians.
Palestinians don’t trust their Arab brethren.
A window into the durability of hatred of Israel.
Forcing Palestinians to acknowledge Israel’s historical claim to the land would provide them with an honorable basis for compromise.