Many women, killed by partners, had fled to shelters but went home when support ended.09:23 14.02.16 | 0 comments
Read the article before judging and sentencing. "They said members of the Jewish community had asked Daniel Taub, the Israeli ambassador to London, for the Israeli government's opinion. Taub asked Isaac Molho, Netanyahu's envoy for the peace process, for his opinion. Taub was later asked to tell the Jewish leaders that Israel would prefer that they reject Abbas' invitation, the sources said." Jewish leaders have asked for Israel's opinion about the possible meeting, something which is both a right for British Jews to ask and for Israel's Governemento to answer. Asking for an opinion does not in any way means one's duty to follow this opinion. If Jewish leaders have chosen not to meet Abbas, they so decided according to their own free will.