Monday, March 17, 2008

So, Who Gets to Move?

US Ambassador to Israel Richard H. Jones told The Jerusalem Post that

the US was "concerned about where things are built in Jerusalem".

Referring to the overcrowded haredi neighborhoods in Jerusalem, Jones said he was aware of the shortage of housing, but added: "Sometimes people do have to move to a different location. They cannot always stay close to their families."

Commenting on Israeli settlements beyond the Green Line, Jones said that "Israel has commitments and it is important that they begin honoring those commitments and that is part of a dialogue, part of the Annapolis process, part of the implementation of the Road Map."

Well, well.

As I have tried to make clear, the U.S. does not recognize Israel sovereignty anywhere in Jerusalem, East or West (up or down, I am not sure).

Since he is moving soon, to other appointment, I guess he has experience in moving.

Could he be referring to moving Arabs?

Naw, why would he do that?

Jews, we seem to get his vibrations, are the only ones who have to move for the sake of peace.

Tsk, tsk.

1 comment:

Suzanne Pomeranz said...

And don't forget that, according to the USofA, any Jews living in Judaea and Samaria don't get to have any more babies! Remember - Condi said, "no natural growth"! What a lot of nerve...

Anyway, more Jewish babies would disturb their demographic studies. Now, THAT's the best idea I've heard yet!