Your accusations of "propaganda" are so numerous, that I must refer to my above article, and my above replies.
It's odd that you should say that since you used the term in 3 different posts earlier in this thread, and I only used it in the last post. I have, unfortunately, slogged through all of your posts so far.
My assertion, that Israel must recognize Palestine NOW, contradicts Netanyahu policies. It contradicts the opinion of the Israeli people majority.
Well I hate to contradict you, but your assertion in the OP is, well, a bit contradictory:
Also, we must recognize the independence of Palestine and maintain the occupation of the Palestinian territories, as required by the security of Israel, especially in view of the approaching war with the ayatollah-fascists seeking their «World Caliphate», namely, world domination.
You want to *both* recognize a State of Palestine *and* keep it under military occupation? Do you understand what a "State" is?
I mean, that's pretty much what the Brits were offering you back in 1946: You get a "Jewish State" but the UK has permanent occupation of your state. Why weren't y'all fine with that?
Your Israeli friends lose the government because of they lose elections. Not just Netanyahu but generally the Right, including religious parties, Jewish Home and Lieberman, got clear mandate to rule. Currently, the new Left leader Avi Gabai asserted, that he has no intention to destroy Jewish villages and towns at the West Bank. And this is nothing new: Yitzhak Rabin and Shimon Peres had no intention to transfer Jews from the West Bank and Gaza. See, for example, Oslo agreements. The first to transfer Jews were Ariel Sharon and Ehud Olmert. Their "Disengagement", clearly, was mistake, because of such move was understood by Muslims as Muhammad-styled "surrendering of Jews", see my post "Islam with Human Face" on this board: http://www.sciencefo...ith-human-face/. As a consequence, HAMAS' election success caused "Peace process" to stall.
Your analysis is marred mainly by the fact that you continue to ignore something I mentioned: The Israeli constitution guarantees religious parties a greater representation in the government than their numbers would dictate. It's also been unquestionably true that the Left parties have been in disarray with Sharon's creation of Kadima doing a great deal of damage to Labor.
Your analysis of Sharon and Olmert are interesting of course because while you don't mention it, Sharon was a Likud hawk until he became prime minister, whereupon he lurched to the left and yes, pushed for disengaging from the Palestinian territories, actually completing it in Gaza. Your argument that this caused the peace process to stall it kind of silly, since little progress has been made since the failed Camp David Summit in 2000, while the Disengagement occurred more than half a decade later.
While certainly both sides have fired on one another very significantly since 2000, including unrestrained attacks on civilians, the active promotion of new settlements in the West Bank by Netanyahu has been a significant demonstration of bad faith, showing that Israel has no intention of fulfilling the Oslo Accords stated goal of creation of a Palestinian State, while Disengagement in fact had many people encouraged: if a
hawk like Sharon could come around, surely there could eventually be a similar break on the Palestinian side, and in fact the PA--although admittedly not Hamas--has been seeking an agreement.
And before you start accusing me of not understanding "what it's like to have rockets fired at you" the summer 2014 rocket attacks all over Israel literally started the hour my daughter was landing at Ben Gurion airport. So no, I'm not just sitting here smug and clueless in the US.
There are extremists on both sides, and most focus on "eliminationist" strategies like the hardliners (who, remember, are out of power) in Iran, and the settler-associated parties like Tkuma who support full annexation of the West Bank and Gaza. But these people are the minority, and most people on both sides recognize that eventually some agreement on division of land must be found.
But the notion that the solution is a Palestinian State that is under permanent occupation is just plain silly. That's basically what exists now, with the exception that Israel and the western nations recognize the Palestinian Authority but without that pesky term "State."
You call my thorough analysis "Propaganda". I may only repeat my please: let Americans, including American Jews, learn facts, history, the Qur'an, modern politics of the Middle East, which is tied to Qur'an, Israeli opinion polls. And, finally, let recognize the results of elections in the USA, Israel and Europe. It seams, the Left will lose until it will learn about Islam, Jihad etc. The Left betrayed its social agenda and turned pro-islamist. But Islam isn't "social" at all. Muhammad was wealthy man, and the only "social" task in Qur'an is demand to give alms. And permission to rob "Infidels".
Facts are fine. I wish you'd not only stick to them, but stop pretending that half of them don't exist. That's the propaganda part. "The Left's" problem is not that they have turned "pro-Islamist"--that's just slander--and the fact that you have to resort to crap like "permission to rob 'infidels'" is just plain demonization.
Do the parties each have legitimate grievances? Sure! But trying to portray those who merely disagree with you as monsters is just a waste of time. We get enough of that on Facebook and Twitter these days, and the fact that Facebook banned you is pretty much an indication how far out on the fringes you are: it's pretty hard to get banned on Facebook. Less hard in many other places on the Internet.
As one who fought in all of Israel's wars, and learned from personal experience that without proper force, we do not have a chance of surviving in this region, which does not show mercy towards the weak, I have also learned from experience that the sword alone cannot decide this bitter dispute in this land,