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June 4, 2013 12:13 pm

US, European, Israeli Lawmakers to Declare Support for United Jerusalem

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Jerusalem Post – Lawmakers from Israel, the US and Europe will come together on Tuesday in a rare joint event to declare their support for keeping Jerusalem united as Israel’s capital.

The legislators will be connected via a video conference from Jerusalem, Washington and Brussels. The politicians will speak about Jerusalem in honor of Friday’s 46th anniversary of the city’s reunification in 1967.

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  • One must convey Jewish feelings and passions about Jerusalem with un-minced words.
    When it comes to JERUSALEM’S sovereignty there is a line drawn in the sand. For the Jews, Jerusalem is their heart, aspirations, their holy.
    city, devotion, ideals, symbol of being a nation with history, a nation with.
    prophets, justice, fairness, rich Jewish history and the Jewish soul. When a
    Jew conveys his feeling about Jerusalem, he must not worry about offending.
    anybody, or hurt feelings. We cannot make an omelet without cracking eggs, and.
    a Jew cannot and must not be apologetic about Jewish’ feelings concerning Jerusalem. it is clear to me even if I were not a Jew, just from a pragmatic consideration of running a city, that any division of Jerusalem will lead eventually to immense unbearable friction and sooner-or-later to another war. We must present and make the analogy, that dividing Jerusalem is like dividing the baby in King Solomon’s verdict. Jews do not divide babies, only those who do not feel and care for the baby are prepared to take half. This is what every Jew must say.
    I hope that we all have the opportunity to say these tough words for Jerusalem and the Jewish people.
    P.S. How many holidays do the Arabs-Muslims celebrate due to historical events in the land of ancient Israel and Jerusalem.
    The Jewish people celebrate most of their holidays and fast days in memory of.
    and the goal and aspiration to return to Israel and rebuild the Temple in Jerusalem – where it was before it was destroyed and desecrated by the enemies of the Jews. Many of the Jewish prayers for thousands of years recite the love of Israel and the Jewish aspirations to return to their ancestral land and bring back its glory and holiness.
    YJ Draiman

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