As is typical, Dennis Prager does an exemplary job in getting to the heart of the matter when it comes to defining the problems between Israel and the Palestinian people in the Middle East. As he says, the problem is simple to define. Indeed, Prager asks an interesting hypothetical question: What would the result be if the Israeli's were to announce that they were unilaterally disarming themselves and wished only for peace? The same question is then asked what the result would be should the Palestinians make the same declaration. It is fairly evident in the former case that the complete annihilation of Israel would result at the hands of her enemies. In the latter case, it is safe to deduct that there would finally be peace in this section of the Middle East. Evidently the solution is far more difficult to enact than it is to define the problem.