Sir, It’s foolish at the very least, for such a statement [that Israel has a right to kill Hamas voters as made by the President of New York Rabbis] to be made, regardless of political affiliations. Furthermore, it is inflammatory at any time let alone right now.
Howevers as their action is somewhat retaliatory. It is imperative that peace talks continue within an air of mutual understanding, and willingness for compromise, for the sake of humanity.
Nothing can be achieved by repeatedly dragging up the crimes or errors of anyone’s forefathers. The key to peace is already in the hands of both sides but they need to embrace the idea. Sadly this article emphasizes an individual’s lack of a desire for peace and implies that it is the voice of Israel. It could never be of any beneficial value.