'This is very serious if it's someone from our community. We roundly condemn it. It's not representative,' says local community head.16:56 07.02.16 | 0 comments
Pisgat Ze'ev is as much part of East Jerusalem as is Ramot Eshkol. Sorry to inform you of that but it is occupied territory whose annexation is not recognised by any country. You'll have to just admit that. Now those areas that were judaised might be open to discussion when EJ comes on the table and perhaps there might be exchanges, ie; Talbieh or Katamon is returned to Palestine while Israel can keep Pisgat Ze'ev. But those areas are occupied territory regardless of how the usurpers who confiscated that land have changed its character.