Unsettled: The Problem of Loving Israel by Marc Aronson

The Israeli Palestinian Conflict, it has been at the forefront of American politics (world politics) most of my life. Most of that time I remained ignorant about it, because I don’t understand how people can live all of their lives with the willingness to kill others. I hate war, and I think war is stupid. It seems to me somewhere along the line of their history they could have tried to see the other’s point-of-view. (Some, in fact, did.) In recent years, I have learned there is no avoiding this issue. It needs to be settled – in a manner that addresses both sides’ losses. Maybe I have this understanding, because I am not personally religious. But does it make sense that the more religious a person is the more he/she seems to think killing the other side is okay?

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