... and possibly Hebron too, to a point. The Jews, as exiled Judeans, have a historical right in those places, and the 6 Day War rectified a historic wrong. We can share sovereignty in E. Jerusalem and have a right to co-administration (without sovereignty) of other sites, with minor land swaps across the Green Line. But to say that the Jews have no historical rights in E. Jerusalem robs you of credibility and turns off anyone who might listen to a message of peace.
Poland's central bank head calls story of Nazi train find a hoax (Reuters)
from the article: What was forgotten that morning