...would almost certainly assure the adoption of Nakba Day as a national
commemoration day in Turkey. It was only observed by about a hundred
Islamists in Turkey this year, but if the Armenian Genocide Day becomes
law in Israel, expect thousands, perhaps tens of thousands next year.
Despite Shaked’s intentions, right-wing leader Naftali Bennett says the effort does not reflect 'creeping annexation' of the settlements.
Nottingham City councilor Ilyas Azis suggested that it might have been wiser to create Israel in the United States.
After Assad crossed Obama's 'red line' by using chemical arms, a deal was reached to see all such weapons removed from the war-torn country. Last week however, the regime used a chemical agent - most likely sarin - against ISIS.
Unless more U.S. Jews who oppose the occupation become members of established Jewish organizations and donate money, the establishment is unlikely to heed calls of those who want it to condemn the occupation.