Netanyahu convenes security cabinet meetings after Kerry's visit, with information that Abbas is planning new efforts in international arena; several ministers argue that the PA's collapse could serve Israel's interest.01:27 27.11.15 | 0 comments
"Ramat Shlomo From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ramat Shlomo (Hebrew: רמת שלמה?, lit. Shlomo's Heights) is a large housing development in northeastern Jerusalem. The neighborhood is across the Green Line on land captured by Israel in the 1967 Six-Day War and annexed to Israel in a move not recognised by the international community. It is therefore considered to be an Israeli settlement in East Jerusalem. Israel disputes this and considers Ramat Shlomo to be a neighborhood within the Israeli designated borders of Jerusalem." The Mount Scopus and the other places you mentioned are not even near Ramat Shlomo. It is far away to Sydney, sharona- Better you get serious on this matter and be honest and unbiased.