We all know neighbors that just don’t get along.
The Montagues and the Capulets. The Hatfields and the McCoys. We know how that feud ended up.
These days, border wars are supposed to be settled at the United Nations.
Although, we’re all aware that it’s a lot more talk... and little action.
In one corner, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas.
In the other corner, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Abbas threw the first punch, accusing Israel of 'ethnic cleansing' for building settlements in East Jerusalem.
"In our endeavor, we do not seek to delegitimize an existing state - that is Israel, but rather to assert the state that must be realized - that is Palestine," said Abbas.
By the sound of that applause...some countries approve.
But not Netanyahu!
If there’s going to be two states, you got to negotiate.
"We won't solve our conflict with libelous speeches at the U.N. That's not the way to solve them," said Netanyahu.
So it sounds like they want to talk to each other, but that can`t happen until they stop talking about each other.
Well, we have some advice for ya!
Why can’t we all just get along?