He's "unfit" to educate aspiring lawyers. He got prominent Haaretz op-ed space. He turned truth on its head. He said election results shifted Israeli politics "toward the center and away from the extremes."
It's more likely to "have more flexibility in dealing with the Palestinian Authority and in moving toward a two-state solution."
Two states were once possible. No longer. Israel controls over half the West Bank and much of East Jerusalem. More is added daily. Peaceful resolution requires one state for all its people. Nothing else works.
Dershowitz is hardline. He believes only Jewish rights matter. He wants Palestinians marginalized and denied. He favors accelerated settlement construction.
Resume peace talks, he says. Tolerate no preconditions. He blames Palestinians for Israeli crimes.
He claims Netanyahu "very much wants to be the person who brings about peace"." He spuriously calls Iran an existential threat.
He says Israel reflects real democracy. Its "people and (their) leaders (will) prove to the world that (they) know (their) own best interests and (are) in the best position to implement them."
"That is what democracy is all about, and Israel's recent elections display democracy at its best."
He teaches this stuff to law students. His pedagogy subverts truth. He's best avoided. He's part of Harvard Law's school for torturers.