The more buoyant dayan declared that Israel was now an empire.
Nowhere is dayan suggesting that these Palestinians be granted Israeli citizenship.
dayan laments that “…the Palestinians have repeatedly refused to implement a negotiated two-state solution.”
dayan's autonomy plan resurfaced in peace talks with Egypt, then in the Oslo Accords.
Of course, dayan well knows that there has never been a negotiated two-state solution to implement.
The dayan rose, came up and looked at her, took the letter, and began to read it silently to himself.
And no sooner had she got home, cooked the dinner, and fed the children, than she was off with the letter to the dayan.
Although he bore the modest title of judge229 (dayan), he yet performed the various functions of a Gaon.
Of course, a Shochet sausage and a dayan—no, that was very wrong!
"There is nothing in it for you, you wouldn't understand," replied the dayan, with a smile.