“Recognition of Jerusalem first step in necessary process of convincing Palestinians they have lost”

In the Mideast, Trump Gives Reality a Chance
by Reuel Marc Gerecht
December 26, 2017

A lot of people are in a funk over President Trump’s decision to recognize Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. The liberal media, most former government officials who’ve dealt with the Israeli–Palestinian imbroglio, and just about everyone at the United Nations appear certain that the decision had a lot to do with Mr. Trump’s disruptive nature, the president’s son-in-law Jared Kushner, Evangelical Christians and pro-Israel Republican donors. It’s possible that his decision was based instead on an old-fashioned understanding of the way the world works, one that would be familiar to Middle Easterners: There are winners and losers in every conflict, and Palestinians have decisively lost in their struggle with the Jews of the Holy Land. READ MORE

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2 Responses to “Recognition of Jerusalem first step in necessary process of convincing Palestinians they have lost”

  1. Jerry Kaiden says:

    The only folks who can read this entire article are subscribers to the WSJ, or those who wish to subscribe. I am neither a WSJ subscriber or plan to be. I see no point in your forwarding any article that ALL subscribers to YOUR website cannot fully read. Please think about. Thank you. JK


    • ArchitectGuy says:

      Sorry but more and more online publishers are limiting content access now depending on the page-views that month from the user IP address (Wash Post, NYT, Boston Globe etc). But I’ve added more articles here with similar themes. Thanks for the feedback. AG.


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