In Gaza, Israel attacks one tentacle of a totalitarian enemy nested in Iran that seeks the end of democratic life as we know it. And in the free world the erstwhile leaders, instead of thanking the Israelis as allies fighting on our side, recoil in dismay, fret about whether the 60 or 90 or 100 aid trucks a day rolling into Gaza are enough, and counsel an immediate round of more peace-processing for our time.
For that, there will be hell to pay. Israel’s circumstances today are ours tomorrow. More in my column this week for Forbes.com, More Peace-Processing Won’t Cut It.