I agree that there is little meaningful difference between the Zionist Right and so-called “Left” when it comes to dispossessing the Palestinians of their land.
While their “left” wing parties are “perceived” to be less belligerent and more willing to reach a peaceful solution, their actual history paints a starkly different picture.
"Paying lip service to the division of Palestine while planning and propogating territorial expansionism has been the policy of the Labour party ever since the early days of the Zionist movement, sprinkled by sporadic attempts at giving up some of the territory in return for getting rid of as many Palestinian inhabitants as possible from under Israel’s control in the process.
"Labour might have invented this double-tongues policy, but it has now been adopted by all the main powers in Israeli politics, from Kadima to Likud and even the radical mark on the right – Lieberman’s Israel Beytenu…
"The fact of the matter is that Labour has supported all the wars Israel has waged, and actually ran and instigated most of them.
“The intransigence, the expansionism, the racism and the warmongering are not the problem with only one of the big parties in the Israel’s politics; at the moment they seem to be the national consensus.”
It’s certainly true that Zionist “right” wing parties are often more openly and vocally “oppressive” towards the Palestinians.
But when it comes to “dispossessing” them, there is (and always has been) a remarkable unity of purpose between the “right” and “left” wings of the Zionist Project.