Lift the FAA ban. It singles out and punishes Israel economically
while Hamas claims victory. One might argue it was intentionally to
pressure Israel, rather than support our ally.
the UN role, particularly UNRWA, with regards to corruption, the
weapons found at its schools (returned to Hamas), and the "humanitarian"
use of cement to build tunnels for terrorism rather than infrastructure
Move to change the definition of a
Palestinian refugee to exclude descendants and to turn over jurisdiction
to the UNHCR. When we speak of "disproportionate" we need look no
further than how much aid is given to Palestinians "refugees," as if
their suffering has greater meaning than others in far greater numbers
and more dire situations.
Work to get the ICC
prosecutor to commence an investigation of the leaders of Hamas,
especially Meshaal, for the undisputed war crimes and crimes against
humanity it engages in, admitted by the Palestinian representative to
the Human Rights Council.
Yes, some of these things may
fail, but sometimes it is important to place things in the sunlight,
force the wrongdoers to defend their abuses, and expose the malice they
Past time for America, like Canada, to show without equivocation which side it is on.
Feel free to add your own ideas in the comments.
UPDATE: The FAA lifted its ban. More European carriers that followed suit in effecting their own ban, have decided to keep it in effect. Air France said it was suspending its flights "until further notice." No matter the intent of the Americans, they have hurt Israel in this matter.