Why does Israel elect Likud?

But likewise, bottling up the problem, ESPECIALLY Gaza, will only make the outcomes worse. While what you're saying will work in the end for Israel, it probably comes at the cost of life outside of its borders, and not even through war, but just a lack of resources. At the very least the blockade on Gaza is ridiculous, and Arabs should probably not be discriminated in West Bank housing permit laws. Stuff like that is why the left-wing input is still valuable. Gaza may as well die a slow death, while they further radicalize due to their poverty. People change if you give them freedom, a means for food and shelter, and ultimately peace and education, on the other hand.

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