Nowhere in the Greek Orthodox Liturgy, or in the Quran does it say "If I forget thee oh. . . " But among Jews, I regret, Yuvie and his friend with the deep pockets has indeed forgotten. Interesting, too, how the Greeks showed their feelings for the Turks on the other side of their "joint capital" by tellin' them they could remain in international cold storage for a little while more. Ah, and did you know that the Turks are bringing "settlers" to the TRNC to take over the properties that were once owned by Greek Cypriots? But that's not an occupation isn't it, right. And, it seems the Greeks might raise that issue in some international forum some day. The dividers of Jerusalem can keep on dreamin'. Most of us, the Zionists who returned to their Homeland still regard that city as the Eternal Undivided Capital of of the Jewish People.
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from the article: Rabin's son presents his Israeli Peace Initiative