What to say about the latest round of Islamo-carnage in Jerusalem that hasn't been said thousands of times before? Golda Meir made it all clear in her famous 1957 speech at the National Press Club in DC: "Peace will come when the Arabs love their children more than they hate us."
In other words, basically never. The hate culture of the Palestinians -- and almost all Arabs -- is so deeply imbued it's hard to imagine it ever changing. After this recent incident, they danced in the street with hatchets and gave each other candy.
Lots of people have tried to make peace with them. The supposed war-monger Ariel Sharon uprooted his own people and gave the Palestinians Gaza. We all know what happened. Then prime minister Ehud Olmert offered the Palestinians the peace deal of the century. They walked away.
The reason is obvious. The Palestinians don't want a two-state solution and never have. And not just Hamas with their infamous charter urging the death of all Jews, even Jewish trees (whatever that means) -- all of them. Well, not absolutely all. There must be one or two somewhere who really want to share the land with the Jews. I just don't know who they are. Nobody does. Certainly not Abu Mazen, who started his career writing a Holocaust-denying thesis in Moscow, or Saeb Erekat, who by now must have a Swiss bank account to rival George Soros.
Besides the failure, since 1948, to even recognize the existence of a Jewish state on any territory, one of the more revealing aspects of the putative peace negotiations is that the Palestinians [sic] have always refused to have a single Jew living on their land once they have a state, while there are some million and a half Palestinians [sic] already living in Israel. Palestine must be judenrein -- Hitler's dream realized.
Of course, we get not a peep from the Europeans about this. Instead, according to Haaretz, we get new secret plans from the EU to boycott those horrible settlements that allegedly are the root of all this evil. Only the Europeans, Peter Beinart, the fuddy-duddies at J-Street and some Brandeis professors could believe something so absurd. Maybe the latter American group can be added to the old black comic joke, more apropos than ever: "The Europeans will never forgive the Jews for Auschwitz."