Jerome Slater's Article: Terrorism And The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict
Slater’s focal contention is that as opposed to the standard mythology, particularly in Israel, Israeli fear based oppression has been fundamentally more terrible than that of the Palestinians. A nullification of this mythology is essential for various reasons. To begin with, learning the verifiable truth is vital for its own purpose. Second, reality may make Israelis less ignorant concerning their own conduct and accordingly less the Israelis may be less obstinate towards seeing a compromise with the Palestinians. Third, in light of the fact that the Israeli mythology is likewise generally acknowledged in the United States, reality may lead the American Jewish people group to re-examine its perspectives.
Slater suggests it is regularly contended that fear mongering is extremely hard to characterize and unbiasedly recognize on the grounds that the matter is pitifully befuddled by semantic or ideological issues: “Terrorism is in the eye of the beholder” or “One man’s terrorism is another man’s freedom fighter,”and so forth. This contention is mixed up; among understudies of terrorism, and in ordinary