Time magazine’s alternative cover

No doubt you recall the Time magazine cover – and accompanying article – suggesting (based primarily on an interview with four Israelis in Tel Aviv) that Israeli Jews care more about making money than making peace. (See CiF Watch post of an essay by Victor Davis Hanson, “For Jews in Israel, money trumps all?”  from September 7th, here)  Hanson referred to the essay as probably the most anti-Semitic essay he has ever read in a mainstream publication.

Well, here, courtesy of Elder of Ziyon, we have the cover that Time would have run with if  Time journalist Karl Vick had incorporated available research of Palestinian intransigence – indicating, for instance, that only 13.7% of Palestinians reject the use of violence, and that nearly 95% desire a Palestinian state which encompasses the entire land from the Jordan River to the Mediterranean Sea (meaning, the rejection of an Israeli state within any borders) – not to mention widely documented examples of the Palestinian Authority’s consistent incitement of their population to hate and violence.

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