Of course, that's a movie, but it's that yearning for peace at "any price" that caused the Zionist leaders to approve the "Partition Plan" which didn't give a viable land mass to the Jews.
No matter who has been Prime Minister of Israel, Right, Left or Center, he or she has made great efforts to negotiate a peace with the Arabs. And all of those plans are based on a premise that the Arabs will agree to be demilitarized, besides a local police which is why the Oslo Accords gave them advanced weapons...
That seems to be one is Israel's only conditions. The other is that we can't allow the "refugees" the right of return to "Israel proper."
Since the Fatah has allied itself with the more violent Hamas it's important to listen to Hamas, and Hamas refuses to demilitarize.
Ismail Haniyeh vowed on Saturday that Hamas would not disarm. Speaking at a news conference in Gaza City, he said disarmament was non-negotiable, "not for the rehabilitation of Gaza" and not "for anything."No matter what what Israel offers it won't be enough. We will never be able to negotiate a true, lasting peace with the Arabs. Their aim is our destruction.
The armed resistance was legitimate, he said, and would continue "until Palestine is set free." He assured the Palestinian people that weapons were raised only against the "Zionist occupation."
Taking his cue from Hamas political bureau chief Khaled Mashaal, who on Friday said that face-to-face talks with Israel are not on the agenda, Haniyeh stated there would be "no direct negotiations with the Zionist enemy." (Jerusalem Post)
The most peaceful existance we can have is by not being afraid to fight them and by ceasing to be willing to negotiate. We endanger ourselves by begging.