JERUSALEM. WE are hurtling into the dimension of fanaticism and irrationality, we are now on the brink of the abyss. The pain is palpable in the words of David Grossman, the Israeli author, voice of a generation that the dream of peace in the Holy land has never stopped believing, now no longer can see that hope. The conflict we are experiencing has made a step back in time, it is increasingly more brutal and savage. The same weapons used to slaughter, knives and hatchets, testify to a tribal war. Ever so far the bloody terror had passed the sacred doors of a synagogue. A massacre that leaves appalled and. , A deep sorrow and anger mingle for the murder of innocent people, the moment of prayer in the morning, hit at random, blindly, just because they were Israelis and Jews. But also feel a great frustration in seeing, day after day, new victims on both sides. Killed, wounded or kidnapped in invested this vicious circle of violence and hate, which involves in its spiral more and more people and that is turning from political conflict, which perhaps has still some small chance of being solved, in religious conflict, fundamentalist and irrational and primordial accordingly. Conflicts of this kind, by their very nature, continue for a long time and are very difficult solution. Over the years various people and organizations, both Israeli Palestinians have tried almost desperate to get to a solution of the conflict, while still in its political stage: the idea behind this immense effort was that we could not allow that resulted in irrationality and fundamentalism. The Holy City for the three religions is the symbol of this storm?What we see today in Jerusalem, day to day and almost time for now, is a dangerous fall in the size of fanaticism and irrationality. It will be so much harder now that seek a solution of the conflict and perhaps this should be the reason and the push for leaders of the two Nations to act quickly and with maximum power, beginning a process of dialogue between them, rather than squabble afterwards and blame themselves to each other, encouraging even more hatred. There is the risk of a contagion with other crises in the region?Sure, and it shows how extremism barbaro came from Is, which introduced operating mode of the type that we saw today-people being killed with blows of takes, so really beastly-are infiltrating in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. It was almost possible to predict that would happen, because ours is a situation so unsettled, so charged with emotion, that when you make a certain modus operandi in our immediate vicinity, local fanatics take immediately. I can therefore tell you I feel the same disgust and dismay I felt 20 years ago, when in February 1994, Baruch Goldstein murdered 29 Muslim worshippers in Hebron in the tomb of the Patriarchs mosque. Besides the obvious responsibility of the two suicide bombers, she believes that there are also political responsibility in what happened?Yes, I believe that a great responsibility for these killings, on the one hand and on the other hand, weights on the shoulders of those who have done virtually nothing to change the situation, or, at best, have done very little: those who speak only the language of force, those who do nothing but grow full of hatred between the two peopleswho, ultimately, a priori and despair lead to despair their people, denying any possibility of reaching an agreement. They condemn their compatriots to actions dictated by nihilism and hatred. Nor Abu Mazen and Netanyahu are responsible for the chain of assassinations of recent times and certainly neither has taken them, but their inaction and their lack of effort leads to this situation. The very fact that for many months, not to mention the past 47 years, were not made serious attempts to resolve the situation leads to an escalation of the same. Is the first enemy opposition for resolving the crisis and Palestine?Yes, instead of going forward, to look for new avenues of dialogue, to remove every obstacle to reach points of agreement and of these there are several species, we see these days, as the conflict in which we find ourselves plunges back in time, it becomes more and more brutal, more and more wild. Use the same weapons, knives and hatchets, evidenced by the return to a tribal war. The leaders of the two Nations, when it was still possible to avoid all this, did nothing. I have made every mistake possible, used every possible excuse not to speak and not to arrive at a compromise. And so I am afraid that now, all of us will face a very difficult period. Is coming a third Intifada?From someone who was born here and lived here for many years, I know very well the mechanisms of violence, how easy it is and how difficult it is to scatenarla quietarla. The Jewish tradition, as he repeated the Chief Rabbi of Israel, prohibits Jews the ascent to the Temple Mount, where today there are mosques. According to this tradition, which is not a State law, but a religious obligation accepted by the Jews from every generation since the destruction of the Temple in 70 a.d., they came to create a status quo that was respected even by the Governments of the State of Israel. Ariel Sharon, with his provocative walk in 2000, sparked the second Intifada. Today we see that right-wing politicians again climb onto the Esplanade, in precise aim to create a provocation. It’s a warlike attitude, irresponsible and dangerous, which can only aggravate a situation already explosive and take us to the brink of the precipice. Â .
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