In light of new law, which grants citizenship to Jews who were expelled during the Spanish Inquisition, King Felipe VI welcomes new citizens back 'home.'17:55 30.11.15 | 0 comments
Your opinion is not very realistic, if you disclaim the religious aspect. In its beginnings, Israel was a socialist state:from each one according to his ability to each one according to his need. This has changed, and everything along w/it, including the Berlin wall. Kadima was willinng to give the Arabs, the Arab neighbourhoods, but now, the Palestinians do not want any Jews in East Jerusalem. And this government is not willing to concede on that point, except to conduct negotiations to see what each side can accept. I just do not see Israel giving up on East Jerusalem entirely, and therefore the pragmatist would accept what is on offer. Except that pride enters into it and no-one is willing to give upon their demands.