Be'er Sheva court accuses men of illegally hiding and transporting welding wires, cables into the Strip along with legal items.15:41 01.12.15 | 0 comments
I'm wondering if Nathan Diament, director of public policy for the Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America is correct when he speaks for both Israelis and U.S. Jews? First of all, we already have Jerusalem back now as our capital of the Jewish state. So the statement, "Next Year in Jerusalem" has been fulfilled long ago as it is. A poll published Oct.4, 2009 indicated 53% Israelis and 56% Palestinians support the Geneva Initiative agreement with each side governing its holy sites. Also from the Truman Institute at Hebrew University, 69% of U.S. Jews polled in March 2009 affirmed that Israel should negotiate with a joint Fatah-Hamas government. And in this study, 76% support a two-state, final status deal based on lines of Camp David 2000. Holy sites in Jerusalem should be respected by everyone and no reason for hostilities to persist.