Teaching their children to hate
Israel's former premiere, Golda Meir of blessed memory, was once asked when peace would end the Israeli-Arab conflict. She quickly replied
"Peace will come when the Arabs will love their children more than they hate us." (Statement to the National Press Club in Washington, D.C., 1957)
More than 50 years later, peace is not about to break out; the Arabs are still glorifying hate and war among themselves while passing on these toxic attitudes to their children.
In Gaza, official talk of resistance and rejection is standard. "I would rather die a martyr like my son than shake the hand of my enemy," Yusef Mansi, the Hamas minister of public works and housing, said in an interview, responding to a question about reconciliation with Israel.
These are people who are not ready to make peace; they are people who are preparing for war to totally destroy their enemy as they publicly proclaim. And thus any sensible person such as Secretary of State Hilary Clinton would end "peace talks." Apparently she is not sensible; with nothing to talk about, the hot air "peace talks" continue; the true cause of global warming