Every country should do what's best for its security, economy etc, and most countries conduct themselves by that principle. Only Israel thinks that it must sacrifice its land, security, economy for some peculiar morality.
Those of us in the opposition must not give up. The future of our country is at risk. We are not obligated to obey foreign dictates nor amputate our HolyLand to give the Arab terrorists a country in our heartland.
And if it's true about Shimon Peres offering the Golan to Syria, he should be arrested for sedition. Even as Israeli President he does not have the authority to do such a thing or even negotiate. The Israeli President is not a political position. He's supposed to smile nicely and be polite to ambassadors etc.
Nu, so what should non-Israelis say in their protest letters to Israeli politicians:
I support the State of Israel, and it worries me that instead of doing everything in your power to protect, develop and support your country, you are endangering it by trying to please those who don't have your best interests at heart.
Don't obey Obama, the United Nations, Europe, the media and all of those on that bandwagon promoting the "two state solution," a Palestinian State. If such a state comes into being, you know perfectly well that its aim is to destroy the State of Israel. You can't negotiate with
peopleenemies like them.
If you're strong, you'll be backed. At present, you're only being pushed. And all these world leaders just want to lead you into a corner, a dead end.
I promise my support if you do what's best to be strong and think of Israel first!