Dr. Kenneth Yorgan, chairman of the Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice, has a commentary in today's Journal Times entitled "It's time for Israel to make a real commitment to peace."
How does Israel achieve peace with an armed enemy acting on their plainly stated goal of ending Israel's existence?
A prerequisite for peace, it seems to me, would be an acknowledgement that Israel and Jews have a right to live. And unless that acknowledgement is forthcoming from Israel's enemies, peace is obviously not possible.
Why is this not obvious to Dr. Yorgan and the members of the Racine Coalition for Peace and Justice?