The Much Too Promised Land by Aaron David Miller

About the Book

For nearly twenty years, Aaron David Miller has played a central role in U.S. efforts to broker Arab-Israeli peace. His position as an advisor to presidents, secretaries of state, and national security advisors has given him a unique perspective on a problem that American leaders have wrestled with for more than half a century. Read more >

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Aaron David Miller

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January 5, 2009

Aaron David Miller featured on CNN

Watch the video of Aaron David Miller talking to Don Lemon about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict on CNN this morning.

Also, Aaron was recently featured on Lou Dobbs Tonight, discussing the possibility of peace in the Middle East.

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January 7, 2009 10:26
Posted by: Dave

You are continuing the tradition of the "Jewish apologist" for anti-Semitism. It is a long tradition that many a former and assimilated Jew have kept to gain career success and the acceptance of those around him in diaspora. I am sorry to see that the insecurities of the Jewish diaspora are still creating enemies of Israel from within Judaism's own ranks, despite the obvious overwhelming realities of the difficulties of Israel's daily existance amongst a sea of Islamic Fundamentalists and enemies bent on her destruction. The human emotional need for individual acceptance by one's peers is stronger than the intellectual need and understanding for a safe homeland for one's people. If you cease to consider yourself a Jew, then please change your name or faith, and join whole-heartedly the ranks of the enemies of Israel. What you are doing is dishonest, as you are exploiting the historical accident of your Jewish birth to your advantage, by pretending to be representative of some strain of Jewish life, while in reality, it is quite the opposite. You are representative of the death throngs of Jewish life; of those who no longer have an affiliation with anything other than popular culture and politics. It is dishonest, and insulting to those who care about issues that you comment upon and have only experienced through the safety of a looking glass.

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