In the same article Burg claims the the Green Line is some sort of moral boundary between Good Israel and Evil Israel. And he believes that when Israel would only cut off the Evil part of Israel, Mr. Hyde Land, exactly on the Green Line, letting it go, than Israel would be all Good again and live happily ever after. A ridiculous idea, because Israeli minorities within Dr. Jekyll Land are also repressed, discriminated and persecuted, by the same spiteful and racist mob. Who’s power is still growing.
Avraham Burg believes that Israel will never have a fascist regime because, his exact words, Jews have an “inbred” dislike of totalitarian regimes, a “built in genetic ‘balancing anarchy'” that would put an end to this development. His optimism is praiseworthy, but his distorted idea about the suggested moral superiority of Jews, over non-jews, because of their genes, makes me sick. And his perception of reality is lamentable.
In the end, the good Dr. Jekyll cannot control the hidious criminal Mr. Hyde anymore, because his antidote elixer slowly loses its magic. The writer, Robert Louis Stevenson, decided that the best way to end the story is to have Dr. Jekyll commit suicide. Avraham Burg’s ending would probably be building an impenetrable wall around Dr. Jekyll Land to keep Mr. Hyde out. Or else: simply deny that Dr. Hyde exists. But that wouldn’t be a good ending either.