This blog started out as a companion piece to my book, Musings from the Christian Left (excerpts of which can be found in the July 2004 link) and to support a planned radio show. Now, its simply a long term writing project from a Christian Left Libertarian perspective (meaning I often argue for liberty within the (Catholic) Church, rather than liberty because the church takes care of a conservative view of morality.

Friday, November 30, 2012

The Fragile Path toward Peace | Capital Commentary

The Fragile Path toward Peace | Capital Commentary by Mary E. Black.  MGB: Gaza needs to be ceded to Egypt.  I don't see any path in which the citizens of Gaza can be integrated into the Jewish state, even if it were secularized.  As for the lack of room for discussion - it is easier to be a peace advocate in Israel than to say anything politically against the Jewish State in the United States - including in private conversation.  In the end, there must either be a two state solution with the Arab portion of Israel united in one contiguous nation or incorporated into a larger Hashemite Kingdom (which would also rule Syria, Lebanon and Iraq) OR peace in Israel in a secular state which honors Torah provisions about welcoming the alien (although I suspect most Palestinians are Samaritans who converted to Christ and then Islam) so that the Ark of the Covenant can be returned from Axum, where it now resides.


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