It supports the "Settlement" movement, which is quickly denying West Bank Palestinians the right to live... anywhere.
In the name of "national security" it has completely ghetto-ized the Gaza Strip.
What, exactly, does this government hope to attain by these draconian measures?
Palestinians - faced with absolutely NO HOPE for a better tomorrow - are unlikely to decide, under such repression - to go to their graves smiling.
Israel's right-wing, and many in the traditional American Jewish political community (e.g., AIPAC), will construe my misgivings regarding the current Israeli government as a sure sign of anti-Semitism.
So be it.
update: From an article in The New York Review of Books:
The Failure of the American Jewish EstablishmentIndeed.
by Peter Beinart
12 May 2010
Many of Israel’s founders believed that with statehood, Jews would rightly be judged on the way they treated the non-Jews living under their dominion. “For the first time we shall be the majority living with a minority,” Knesset member Pinchas Lavon declared in 1948, “and we shall be called upon to provide an example and prove how Jews live with a minority.”