"Tell the truth, don't you think we need to create a wall between Israel and the Palestinians?"
"Be honest, don't you think the United States should send in peacekeeping troops?"
I'll tell the truth. I'm uncomfortable with American Jews, rising from spiritual slumber to suggest Israeli policy. Especially while their college-age children are in earshot. Especially when there is so much they could do besides yak.
Speculation about a possible observer force in Gaza and the West Bank reached a fever pitch this week, thanks to proposals by the G-8 and the European Union, and a confused response from a U.S. administration that is foundering in the whirlpool of Mideast politics.