To Olmert's credit, he did say that the Jewish people have an historic right to the entire land of Israel. However, he apparently thinks that this right isn't important enough to be worth fighting for, since he clearly advocates giving up the disputed land rather than using the world-renowned Israeli army to hold on to it. When two opposing sides both want the same piece of land, and one side is willing to fight for it and the other is not, it's easy to see who is more likely to get it.   He also said that Israel will retain control over places of supreme national importance, such as Jerusalem. Does this mean that Israel will at last take possession of the Temple Mount...