So Who Was Right

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It can sometimes take many years before the truth emerges and we realize who was right. It’s very difficult to judge things when they are too close to us. Even a small penny put right in front of our eyes can block our vision of the world. The idea of transfer of Palestinians was so radical that Rabbi Meir Kahana was considered a racist and banned from running for the Knesset. Yet today it has become mainstream thinking, and even Effie Eitam a brigade general who is certainly no Kahana fan has called for transfer. He realizes that the Palestinians are a fifth column whose only desire is to wipe Israel off the map whether by hook or crock. Peace with them is about as realistic as making peace with a cobra.