Some see signs of new intifada, but others ask, did the old one end?
By Gil Sedan
October 31, 2005
JERUSALEM, Oct. 31 (JTA) ? Those who believe that peace between Israel and the Palestinians is unattainable in the foreseeable future like to quote Moshe Dayan, a former Israeli army chief of staff.
“What is the point of complaining about them,” Dayan said in a 1956 eulogy at the grave of Roi Rutenberg, a young kibbutznik murdered by terrorists on the border with the Gaza Strip. “Our enemies are out to save themselves. After all, they see across the way how we take their fields for our own… For we are a generation of settlers and by our sword we shall live…”
Then there is former Prime Minister Ehud Barak, who recently said that there would be no political settlement until 2028, when…