The New York businessman wasn’t the casino mogul's first choice for president, but Adelson concludes that he 'will be good for Israel.'08:23 06.05.16 | 0 comments
A foreign Jew has no problem obtaining the right to live in Jerusalem. If that Jew then takes a job abroad for a few years and wants to comes back to Jerusalem, also no problem. Equal rights my foot. There are two weights and two measures in Jerusalem that sunder East from West. Can an Arab who is a full citizen of Israel since military rule was lifted in the 1960s buy a place in West Jerusalem? Can that Arab get back the house in Baq'a or Talbiyeh that his or her family abandoned in 1948? Compare that to Jewish "rights" in East Jerusalem and blush. The city is divided not only east from west but also "ordinary members of the human race" from Jew. Just like the world has always been, but with the shoe on the other foot. All that's asked is that you and those who share your opinion don't pretend that this can be called justice.