What if there was no Israel?

It is often said that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery–but what if the person has no clue he is imitating someone? Can flattery still be claimed? I mean, there is no way that Josef Joffe, the publisher of Die Zeit, a research fellow at the Hoover Institution, and distinguished fellow at the Institute for International Studies, read my article from November 12, 2002, No More Israel?, before writing his own article this month in Foreign Policy magazine entitled A World Without Israel. One way or another, I’m flattered that I hit upon something important enough to be published in Foreign Policy.

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