Any Palestinian activity is going to be pretense for the Israeli far right to attack the Palestinians, there's nothing particularly special about this sort of tactic- in fact, this is perhaps one of the most moderate moves I think could be taken without being completely inconsequential. The serious problem is not that both sides have their own set of problems and qualms that are somehow equal but we just don't realize that and all get along. That's empty rhetoric, and it fails to recognize that the problems in the region stem from determinate causes. The only problem I think with the recent events, and most of the insurgent activity in Palestine, is that their meaning has been too easily coopted--on one hand by the Israeli apparatus and on the other by the reactionary Arab right (whatever the hell it is). The palestinian resistance, because it is so heterogeneous and scattered, lacks the ability to produce the proper contexts and meanings necessary to them. I think that's one of the biggest problems as it stands now. This capture in itself, thinking of scale, is nothing, absolutely nothing- its importance lies in the posibility of creating a constellation of significance and meaning around the horrific reprisals and asymmetry that have ensued since.