Yearning for the success of the American example, Morris now criticizes Israelís first prime minister and defense minister, David Ben-Gurion, for failing to do "a complete job" because "this place would be quieter and know less suffering if the matter had been resolved once and for all. If Ben-Gurion had carried out a large expulsion and cleansed the whole country. . . . It may yet turn out that this was his fatal mistake." Palestine-Israel might also be quieter today if Hitler had completed his planned genocide of world Jewry. It does not occur to [Benny] Morris that there might be a parallel between these two historical counterfactuals. The first is in the realm of acceptable speculation; the second is too obviously outrageous to consider.
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