Israel doesn't want to share anything. They want the little bit the Palestinians have left and their strategy is to keep them repressed in order to breed more radicalism. That way they have "an excuse" to kill the remaining landowners.
JERUSALEM (AP) -- Amal Ashour, 18, loves Shakespeare and American pop music. One of the brightest students in the Gaza Strip, she studied her senior year of high school in Minnesota through a U.S.-government funded program.
She had planned to study English literature this fall at a university in the West Bank through another U.S.-sponsored program, but just a month before school started, she was informed the scholarship was no longer available.[..]
Under Israeli pressure, U.S. officials have quietly canceled a two-year-old scholarship program for students in the Gaza Strip, undercutting one of the few American outreach programs to people in the Hamas-ruled territory.
How does that quote support the premise of my initial statement? How doesn't it? By blocking access to education and stability Israel guarantees the radicalization of the next generation. The fact is that Israel doesn't *want* to negotiate. They don't *want* to talk. They want to shoot. It's quicker, faster and more cost effective. And there's little risk of actually having to compromise.
It's regretful that the US is aiding and abetting this policy of discrimination. Israel is practicing apartheid and they should be called on it. They should be assisted, supported and funded by a nation that prides itself on democracy. It's a shame. Our shame.