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    • Billy Wellinformed
    • 02.03.10 | 18:58 (IST)

    ...Also, why is it that even the most Israel-friendly states do not have their embassies in Jerusalem? Because the eastern part was occupied in 1967. As to who collect garbage, my friend is a Palestinian who lives in Beit Hanina (occupied E.Jeru.) and tells me that his family pays thousands of Shekels in Arnona (Israeli taxes) and the Israelis only collect the main garbage dumpster on the Jer.-Ramallah road. Since building highway 401 (I believe Begin road) on stolen Palestinian land, most Israelis never use the Jer-Rammallah main road and take this "Israeli only" road from the Illegal settlements (like Nevi Yakov) to Israel. The municipality of Jerusalem does not any longer care about fixing the plants and improving the road (Jerusalem-Rammallah main road). You have to be as WELL-INFORMED as I am before use speak from, what I think, is an ideological Zionist standpoint.

    from the article: U.S. 'appreciates' Netanyahu delay of East Jerusalem demolitions
    First published 14:17 02.03.10 | Last updated 11:45 14.03.10
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