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After decades of war peace talk efforts and terrorism Israel and Palestine still do not agree upon what is holding peace out of their grasps Yet they continue to fight and continue to disagree They continue to fight because they are fighting for two distinct classifications of peace Israel wants safety to live in a land where they can be unafraid to walk down the street or ride on a bus or walk into a restaurant Palestinians on the other hand see no peace with the creation of a Palestinian state Their peace will come with the acquisition of their own land Is there a way for each of the two sides to find their peace Israelis feel that they have come to an impasse They have not felt safe in their own country for decades and yet they see no end to the fighting They do not see a peace in sight While Israelis would like to believe that with the help of the United States an agreement will be reached very few would actually admit that they see it as a viable solution to their seemingly never-ending struggles In an article about the need for a new sort of peace movement David Newman the chair of the department of politics and government at Ben Gurion University in Israel expresses his opinion that he lives in an era in which we feel threatened on our street in which we no longer feel in control of anything an era in which we are no longer even sure of our independence and our ability to last the conflict out He not only sees a conflict with the Palestinians but a conflict within the Israeli Left and Right wing as well Newman expresses his concern of the hatred in the eyes of the right wing community when they look at him and hear his concerns that a peace must be reached Yet Newman understands
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