'... the massive population displacements in Europe at the end of the Second World War are forever, but those in Palestine a mere three years later must be corrected and reversed. On the Continent, losing wars comes with a territorial price: The Germans aren't going to be back in Danzig any time soon. But, in the Middle East, no matter how often the Arabs attack Israel and lose, their claims to their lost territory manage to be both inviolable but endlessly transferable.'
Friday, 25 July 2014
Because Israel is different
Mark Steyn making perfect sense in a piece that should be compulsory reading for the anti Israel brigade including the BBC.
More good sense here http://www.steynonline.com/6485/the-man-who-never-calls