Netanyahu could be out. A more extreme right-winger is set to take his place. But the new ruling coalition is being heralded as a “progressive step” and “an opportunity for change.” Learn the shocking details about what is happening, and what it means for Palestine with prominent Israeli dissident Miko Peled.

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  1. Peled suggests an American fleet should sit off the coast of Gaza enforcing a no-fly zone, to protect and support the Palestinians.
    In a just, and sane world that would have happened decades ago.

    • @NewtRallyt….except we were there for the Israelis, not the Palestinians. Then, of course, the traitor and conspirator LBJ tried to set up the Egyptians as the perp. The supposed reason for the attack was that the Liberty picked up signals that the Israeli’s were executing Egyptian POWs. But possibly and even likelier, the Liberty was to be a sacrificial goat to enable the US to enter the fray and attack Egypt.

  2. Peled says:
    “Netanyahu has charisma, and all these foreign leaders in his pocket; they line up for photo-ops with him. That’s the kind of guy he is.”
    “Charisma?”
    “The kind of guy he is?”
    Sounds like “the kind of guy” who reminds “foreign leaders” to be careful they don’t end up like JFK.

  3. The Palestinians in Gaza are the trapped prisoners, in Israel’s “concentration-camp bound trains,” screaming for help, as they go by the world’s church-house congregation, singing louder and louder to drown out their pitiful cries for help.

    • Someone wrote a couple of weeks ago that it’s not a war. It’s a prison uprising put down.
      The millions of inmates in that open air prison are highly educated, very innocent, extremely patient, and very likable. It’s the rest of the humanity that’s uneducated, guilty, impatient and unlikeable.

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