Apr. 27, 2019
They say silence speaks louder than words. These elections were arguably the first in a couple of generations where no single major party spoke prominently about the peace process. In fact, the deafening silence surrounding the issue was apparent to only foreign observers.
The hope of Camp David in 2000, and the cautious optimism of Annapolis in 2008, have long receded into the background, disappeared by a public that has not witnessed an Israeli and Palestinian leader so much as shake hands in over a decade.