So, the US says Israel has to be defined as the homeland of the Jewish people. The US is turning a religious affiliation into a 'people.' So, does that mean that Jews in America now have to apply for visas and green cards? After all, if being Jewish makes you a 'people with a homeland' then you can't be an American. Everyone who is a different nationality has to apply for citizenship. I wonder if American Jews realise how vulnerable Israel's position and US support of that position makes them?
Iran ready to work together with Saudi Arabia for Mideast stability, says FM (Reuters)
from the article: U.S.: We want clear path, not two-month delay of peace process deadlock
The MK and former finance minister, who founded his party in 2012, will be in charge until end of the next Knesset, which is potentially 2023.17:57 12.02.16 | 0 comments